Masuko: “We are sticking to our profit targets.”
TOKYO – Like other Japanese auto makers today, Mitsubishi is only guardedly optimistic as 2012 gets under way. “The strong yen is our biggest headache,” Mitsubishi President Osamu Masuko says in an interview with WardsAuto. “Truly, with the Japanese economy sluggish and the fiscal situation not good, it doesn’t make sense that the yen, and the yen alone, is so strong. “That said, we’re doing everything possible to bring down costs, including ...
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