CHICAGO – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is sending a second Japanese executive to help run its North American operations, which have seen sales slide 22.0% so far this year in the U.S. Shiro Futaki, who will become president and chief executive-manufacturing for Mitsubishi Motors North America April 1, will oversee the auto maker’s Normal, IL, plant, which has been running at an estimated 35.1% of capacity in first-quarter 2006. "We see this as a positive sign that shows Mitsubishi Motors ...

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