Summary-Mitsubishi Motors' new revival plan


TOKYO, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Ailing Japanese auto maker Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (MMC) announced on Friday its second revival plan in eight months in which it aims to secure a lifeline of another $5.25 billion. After receiving a $4.8 billion bailout from the Mitsubishi group, investment funds and others last year, MMC is still in dire need of cash to shore up its finances, pay for restructuring steps and develop new cars. Following are details of the revitalisation plan: -- Three core ...

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