Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is set to receive $686 million in syndicated loans from various institutions sometime this week, reports say. Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group is loaning the troubled auto maker the bulk of the money to replace $674 million it had borrowed last year. Mitsubishi reportedly was forced to repay the $674 million in late June when its financial stability took a hit in the wake of the unearthing of a second major recall cover-up in Japan. The initial amount of the new ...

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