Mitsubishi Motors sees 50 bln yen loss charges


TOKYO, July 24 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Thursday it planned to take about 50 billion yen ($421 million) in extra loss charges from its North American financial business. Japan's fourth-largest automaker, owned 37 percent by German-U.S. auto giant DaimlerChrysler AG , said it would suffer a group net loss of 80 billion yen for the half-year to September, revising its earlier estimate of a profit of 10 billion yen.

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