Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is seeking another lifeline as the auto maker asks its creditors to pony up an additional $890 million to support its rescue plan. The Japanese auto maker says it needs the money because of recall scandals and weak sales.(See related story: New Mitsubishi Scandal Results in More Cost Cuts) Published reports indicate most of the new funds will come from J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., which could double its investment from ¥50 billion ($46 million) to ¥100 billion ...
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