TOKYO – When Mitsubishi Motors Corp. rolled the dice in January with its fourth restructuring plan in six years, analysts hedged their bets having seen snake-eyes too many times before. Most feel the auto maker eventually will turn around its domestic operations. They are less confident about prospects in North America, where sales have fallen to levels that make economies of scale hard to achieve and the company's image has been tarnished by a series of management blunders. Southeast ...
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