Mitsubishi Motors Corp. saw a fiscal third-quarter net loss of ¥4.3 billion ($36.3 million), up from ¥49.4 billion ($416.9 million) year-ago. Net revenue fell 2% to ¥538 billion ($4.5 billion) from ¥547 billion ($4.6 billion) in the year-ago period. Like other Japanese auto makers that recently released their third-quarter earnings, Mitsubishi credits the weak yen for the upswing in earnings. Lower advertising costs in the U.S. and Europe also are cited as a reason for the increase. ...

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