Mitsubishi Motors President to Resign as Mileage Scandal WidensBy and
COO and executive vice president both leaving June 24
Automaker used ‘desktop calculations’ to determine mileage
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. President Tetsuro Aikawa will step down as the Japanese automaker looks to regroup from its widening fuel economy testing scandal with the backing of Nissan Motor Co.
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