TOKYO — Scandal-ridden Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it will recall 1.52 million vehicles worldwide at a cost of ¥17 billion (US$147.2 million), reportedly prompting Mitsubishi President Takashi Sonobe to again apologize “for diminishing (consumers') trust in us. We will make sure this never happens again.” The automaker, in which DaimlerChrysler AG holds a US$2 billion, 34% stake, has been struggling since its acknowledgment last year that it had been hiding consumer complaints for more ...

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