Bleak third-quarter financial results prompt Mitsubishi Motors Corp. to revise its fiscal 2003, full-year forecasts, which now show the auto maker as unprofitable. What Mitsubishi terms “unfavorable business developments” – especially in the U.S. market – also have driven the auto maker to establish a mid-term financial plan that officials hope will achieve what its 2001 restructuring failed to do. Mitsubishi President and CEO Rolf Eckrodt. This failure likely is resting on ...

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