TOKYO, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp. denied a weekend newspaper report that its three top executives would step down to take responsibility for their failure to rehabilitate Japan's only unprofitable auto maker. The Nihon Keizai business daily reported that MMC Chairman Yoichiro Okazaki, Vice Chairman Koji Furukawa and President Hideyasu Tagaya would step down as early as the end of March. "The report on the planned resignation of our three top executives is false," MMC said ...
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