M'bishi Motors to cut revival plan target-sources


TOKYO, June 16 (Reuters) - Scandal-plagued Japanese car maker Mitsubishi Motors Corp will release a new revival plan on Wednesday sharply reducing its domestic sales target for the business year to next March, industry sources said. A Mitsubishi Motors spokesman declined to comment. Only a month ago, Mitsubishi crafted a $4 billion emergency rescue package following a series of recall scandals that hit it and affiliate Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp, hurting its domestic sales. ...

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