TOKYO – Analysts often overlook Mitsubishi among the major Japanese auto makers, but they invariably have positive things to say about President Osamu Masuko and his management skills and leadership. Masuko, soon to turn 64, assumed the presidency in June 2005 after DaimlerChrysler withdrew its equity holdings and management team. He inherited a company that had run up losses of nearly ¥225.4 billion ($3 billion) in the two previous fiscal years. Under Masuko’s ...

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