TOKYO, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Three top executives of Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (MMC) are expected to step down to take responsibility for their failure to turn round the ailing Japanese car maker, the Nihon Keizai newspaper said on Saturday. MMC Chairman Yoichiro Okazaki, Vice-Chairman Koji Furukawa and President Hideyasu Tagaya could step down at the end of March, the newspaper said, adding that it was not clear who would replace them. The auto maker has faced a difficult future since former ...
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