Slashing salaries, freezing new projects and biting into manufacturing budgets are among the latest steps Mitsubishi Motors Corp. finds itself taking, less than a month after announcing its critical revitalization plan. Mitsubishi CEO Yoichiro Okazaki These early changes to what new CEO Yoichiro Okazaki has declared as the company’s last chance at emerging from financial disaster come in response to a recall scandal at MMC’s truck-making affiliate, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp. ...

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