TOKYO â€“ Halfway through its fourth revitalization plan in seven years, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. still struggles with falling sales, continuing losses and old demons yet is determined to complete a successful turnaround on schedule. "I am confident we will achieve our goals," President Osamu Masuko says in an interview. His targets include net income of Â¥8 billion ($69.4 million) in the fiscal year ending March 31, and "sustained profitability" by March 31, 2008, when the current ...
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