Mitsubishi Motors Corp. reportedly has sold its headquarters in Tokyo to U.S. investment firm Morgan Stanley, raising ¥30 billion ($288 million) from the sale. MMC will sell the 35.8% stake it has in the land upon which the 32-story Shinagawa, Tokyo, headquarters sits, to a real-estate investment fund run by Morgan Stanley, reports the Financial Times. Mitsubishi Corp. and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries own the remaining shares in the building. Mitsubishi Corp., the primary owner, is said ...
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