TOKYO, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Troubled Japanese auto maker Mitsubishi Motors Corp widened its full-year loss forecast on Thursday as expected, as rumours swirled that its German chief executive would be pushed out as a result. Japan's fourth-largest car maker, owned 37 percent by DaimlerChrysler AG , now expects an operating loss of 105.0 billion yen ($985.2 million) in the year to March 31, instead of the 45 billion yen forecast three months ago as sales in its most important U.S. market ...
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