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Mitsubishi Motors Corp (7211.T)

7211.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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21 Jan 2019
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Mitsubishi Motors CEO: Discussing With Nissan Whether To Dismantle Dutch Joint Venture
Friday, 18 Jan 2019 

Jan 18 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp <7211.T> Chief Executive Officer Osamu Masuko::WORKING WITH NISSAN TO CONSIDER WAYS TO RECOUP COSTS OVER PAYMENTS, INCLUDING CIVIL SUIT.STILL BELIEVE ALLIANCE VITAL TO MMC’S SURVIVAL, IMPORTANT TO PROCEED ON MISCONDUCT ISSUES WITHOUT IMPACTING ALLIANCE OPERATIONS.DISCUSSING WITH NISSAN WHETHER TO DISMANTLE DUTCH JOINT VENTURE.  Full Article

Carlos Ghosn's Lawyers Say That Tokyo Court Has Rejected Bail Appeal Plan To Submit Special Appeal As Early As Friday
Thursday, 17 Jan 2019 

Jan 17 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd <7201.T>::CARLOS GHOSN'S LAWYERS SAY THAT TOKYO COURT HAS REJECTED BAIL APPEAL; PLAN TO SUBMIT SPECIAL APPEAL AS EARLY AS FRIDAY.  Full Article

Alliance Ventures Invests In U.S. Company Tekion
Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019 

Jan 16 (Reuters) - Alliance Ventures::ALLIANCE VENTURES INVESTS IN TEKION, THE NEXT-GEN DIGITAL CLOUD PLATFORM FOR AUTOMOTIVE RETAIL.ALLIANCE VENTURES - FINANCIAL TERMS OF TEKION INVESTMENT WILL NOT BE DISCLOSED.  Full Article

Tokyo Prosecutors Say Maximum Penalty For Ghosn Would Be 15 Years In Prison
Friday, 11 Jan 2019 

Jan 11 (Reuters) - :TOKYO PROSECUTORS: MAXIMUM PENALTY FOR GHOSN WOULD BE 15 YEARS IN PRISON.  Full Article

Tokyo Prosecutors: Indicted Ex-Nissan Chairman Ghosn For Aggravated Breach Of Trust
Friday, 11 Jan 2019 

Jan 11 (Reuters) - :TOKYO PROSECUTORS: INDICTED EX-NISSAN <<<7201.T>>> CHAIRMAN GHOSN FOR AGGRAVATED BREACH OF TRUST.TOKYO PROSECUTORS: INDICTED EX-NISSAN CHAIRMAN GHOSN, BOARD MEMBER KELLY, NISSAN MOTOR FOR ALLEGEDLY UNDERSTATING GHOSN'S INCOME IN FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR 3 FISCAL YEARS THROUGH MARCH 2018.  Full Article

Lawyers For Nissan's Ghosn Apply For His Release On Bail - Statement
Friday, 11 Jan 2019 

Jan 11 (Reuters) - :LAWYERS FOR NISSAN'S <<<7201.T>>> GHOSN APPLY FOR HIS RELEASE ON BAIL - STATEMENT.GHOSN'S LAWYERS APPLY FOR HIS RELEASE ON BAIL FOR CHARGES OF AGGRAVATED BREACH OF TRUST AND BREAKING FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS AND EXCHANGE ACT - STATEMENT.  Full Article

Ghosn Sought To Loan About 3 Bln Yen From Nissan to Al-Juffali - Nikkei
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2019 

Jan 9 (Reuters) - NIKKEI::CARLOS GHOSN SOUGHT TO LOAN ABOUT 3 BILLION YEN FROM NISSAN IN 2008 TO SAUDI BUSINESSMAN KHALED AL-JUFFALI - NIKKEI, CITING SOURCES.GHOSN TRIED TO ARRANGED ABOUT 3 BILLION YEN LOAN TO AL-JUFFALI, WHO THEN HELPED HIM COVER LOSSES ON CURRENCY HEDGING DEAL - NIKKEI, CITING SOURCES.GHOSN TALKED WITH NON-JAPANESE NISSAN EXECUTIVES IN LATE JANUARY 2009 ABOUT A POSSIBLE LOAN TO A BUSINESS RUN BY AL-JUFFALI - NIKKEI, CITING SOURCES.  Full Article

Nissan Says Its Internal Investigation Uncovered Substantial And Convincing Evidence Of Misconduct By Ghosn
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2019 

Jan 8 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd <7201.T>::NISSAN SAYS ITS INTERNAL INVESTIGATION UNCOVERED SUBSTANTIAL AND CONVINCING EVIDENCE OF MISCONDUCT BY GHOSN.  Full Article

Tokyo prosecutors appeal court's rejection Of request to extend detention of Ghosn and Kelly - Tokyo District Court
Thursday, 20 Dec 2018 

Dec 20 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd <7201.T>::TOKYO PROSECUTORS APPEAL COURT'S REJECTION OF REQUEST TO EXTEND DETENTION OF GHOSN AND KELLY - TOKYO DISTRICT COURT.  Full Article

Mitsubishi Motors North America Reports November 2018 Sales Of 7,688 Units
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

Dec 3 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc::MITSUBISHI MOTORS NORTH AMERICA SAYS REPORTED NOVEMBER 2018 SALES OF 7,688 UNITS, DOWN 10.7 PERCENT VERSUS NOVEMBER 2017.  Full Article

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European power firms aim to harness electric car batteries

FRANKFURT/LONDON/PARIS Ever wanted to run your electric car for free? If you're open to a bit of give and take, then stay plugged in and your wishes might come true. At least that's what some European power companies and Japanese carmakers believe.