Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it is back in the black, turning its first profit in three years. The beleaguered Japanese auto maker, which has endured a recall scandal in its homeland, declined to release a figure, but a Japanese news report suggests Mitsubishi’s group net profit may be more than ¥10 billion ($78 million) for fiscal year 2001 ended in March. Last year the company posted a ¥278 billion ($2.2 billion) loss. Mitsubishi CEO-designate Rolf Eckrodt said in March he expected the ...
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