TOKYO, June 16 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Wednesday it expected a slide in domestic vehicle sales to cut operating profit by 30 billion yen ($274.2 million) in both the current and next business years. Announcing extra measures to make up for the impact of the sales drop, Japan's fourth-largest car maker said it aimed to slash overall costs by an additional 34.4 billion yen in the business year to next March and 38.2 billion the following year. Mitsubishi Motors, held 37 ...
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