TOKYO -- All systems are go for Mitsubishi Motors Corp. to break even in the current fiscal year, says Chief Operating Officer Rolf Eckrodt, trumpeting the beleaguered auto maker’s turnaround after less than a year on the job. Eckrodt, an appointee from DaimlerChrysler AG, which bought a controlling stake in the Japanese auto maker last year, says Mitsubishi will break even overall in the year ending in March 2002 and achieve break even in its toughest markets -- Japan and Europe -- in the ...
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