M'bishi Fuso head:Corp culture led to recall delay


TOKYO, May 20 (Reuters) - The head of Japan's Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp said the recall of about 190,000 trucks and buses announced on Thursday should have been issued in 1996 and he blamed the company's corporate culture of concealment for the delay. "I personally feel strong anger with the fact that a critical issue like the clutch-housing failure was untouched until today, neglecting company responsibility," President Wilfried Porth, a former DaimlerChrysler official, told a ...

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