Summary-Mitsubishi Motors revised revival plan


TOKYO, June 16 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp , Japan's fourth-largest auto maker, unveiled on Wednesday a revised version of its business revival plan that was first announced on May 21. The new plan, which comes in response to a slumping domestic sales after the recent recalls at MMC and its truck and bus affiliate, includes additional measures to further cut costs by 72.6 billion yen ($664 million) over the next two business years. Following are the details of the announcement: ...

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