M'bishi Motors to Cooperate with German Investigators
Tokyo, Jan. 22 (Jiji Press)--Mitsubishi Motors Corp. <7211> plans to cooperate with German authorities, after the European country's prosecutors began investigations into the Japanese automaker over alleged emissions fraud, informed sources said Wednesday.
"It is true that our sales company and our research and development hub in Germany were visited by prosecutors," Mitsubishi Motors said in a comment released the same day. Investigators are thought to have searched facilities around the city of Frankfurt.
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