Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it is on track to meet full-year profit forecasts, after beating its first-half projections. The Japanese auto maker, which is in the second year of an intense financial turnaround plan, projects fiscal-2002 sales of ¥3.4 trillion ($27.7 billion), operating profit of ¥77 billion ($627.8 million) and net income of ¥38 billion ($309.8 million). The auto maker also expects cost reductions of ¥265 billion ($2.2 billion) in the current fiscal year, outdoing ...

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