Former Nissan Motor company boss Carlos Ghosn has been arrested for a fourth time.
Media reports have suggested it concerns alleged improper payments made by the car giant to a dealer in Oman.
Carlos Ghosn's lead defence lawyer apologised on Friday for disguising Nissan's former CEO as a construction worker as he left prison earlier this week.
The French carmaker Renault said its former CEO, who has been in prison since November, could not have his performance bonus because he hadn't been "present" for the whole year.
In a letter to the Japanese carmaker, the UK business minister had vowed to maintain manufacturers' capacity to trade with the EU.
The ousted Nissan Chairman professed his innocence in his first appearance in seven weeks.
The re-arrest comes as Ghosn was expected to be release don bail on Friday.