Despite receiving a ¥450 billion ($4.4 billion) bailout last May that it dubbed “its last chance at survival,” Mitsubishi Motors Corp. gets yet another chance at life as several Mitsubishi group companies inject more cash into the troubled Japanese auto maker. Mitsubishi Corp., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group Inc., which already pumped ¥270 billion ($2.6 billion) into the auto maker last May, will provide another ¥270 billion largely by purchasing more ...

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