Mitsubishi Motors Corp. likely will announce production cutbacks at its Normal, IL, plant in September, published reports say. The auto maker already has cut 250 positions at the plant so far this year, and likely will reduce output at the plant as demand continues to lag. A Mitsubishi spokesman in Tokyo tells The Wall Street Journal the auto maker already has put workers at the plant on notice to expect workforce reductions. A spokesman at the plant, however, tells Ward’s there has been ...

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