Mitsubishi CEO Quits

Posted by: Xavier Kwan onMay 19th, 2016

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Mitsubishi Motors President Tetsuro Aikawa will resign from his job on June 24 amidst the company’s fuel economy scandal. In a statement released by Mitsubishi, “Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has caused tremendous trouble and concern to our customers and all of our stakeholders. Considering this, Mr. Aikawa and Mr. Nakao decided today that they will resign.”

Aikawa joined Mitsubishi in 1978 and continued to grow in his career becoming a specialized engineer and credited with Mitsubishi’s mini-cars. Aikawa’s decision to leave the company was to enable the brand to have a new start.



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