Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has shifted unexpectedly from seriously troubled to dangerously imperiled. "The future for Mitsubishi Motors is very difficult,” says Koji Endo, head of Equity Research, Credit Suisse First Boston Securities (Japan). “To survive, the company needs the support of the Mitsubishi Group and other help as well. “If the worst comes to worst, Mitsubishi Motors will disappear." The surprise decision by DaimlerChrysler AG not to pump more money into the company could be ...
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