Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says second-quarter vehicle sales in China, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines are faring better than expected. “We are bullish on the prospects in Asia/Pacific, including the Middle East, where the recovery is on the positive side as compared with other regions,” Ryujiro Kobashi, MMC vice corporate general manager for Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, tells Malaysia’s Business Times. “The situation is different area by area,” he adds. “We ...

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