Mitsubishi Motors Corp. faces a rocky road after DaimlerChrysler AG’s announcement today that the company has decided not to pump any more money into its beleaguered Asian alliance partner, in which it holds a 37.5% stake. The decision, a complete reversal from what had been anticipated, stunned industry observers and marks the first public display of major shareholders dissatisfaction with the German auto maker’s global strategy. It also brings disarray to CEO Juergen Schrempp’s Asian ...
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