* Mazda, Mitsubishi Motors, Denso lower forecasts * Volkswagen, Continental, MAN affirm 2008 targets * Group of U.S. governors pleads for help * Shares gain amid global equity rally (Adds U.S. auto developments) By Chang-Ran Kim and Christiaan Hetzner TOKYO/FRANKFURT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Slowing economies around the globe and the widespread credit crisis caused the largest auto industry companies to slash full-year profit targets, warn of job losses and push for speedy government ...
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