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Mitsubishi Motors reports strong profit growth for April – December 2012


Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has posted a net profit up 27 percent for the nine months to December, due to higher sales in Asia and cost cuts. Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) posted an ordinary income of 52.4 billion yen, an increase of 81 percent (23.5 billion yen) over the first three quarters of fiscal year 2011. The company also posted a net ...
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Mitsubishi recalls 14,700 EVs due to brake problem
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Mitsubishi delivers 1,000th i-MiEV vehicle in Norway
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Mitsubishi to restart production in Thailand on November 14
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation plans to restart production at its plant in Laem Chabang on November 14. Although the facility was not affected from the floods, Mitsubishi was forced to shut ...
Mitsubishi starts production of i-MiEV for North America
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Mitsubishi Motors October 2008 production, sales and export
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation today announced global production, as well as domestic sales and export figures for October 2008. Total global production came in at 119,570 units, a decline of 3.7 percent ...

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