Osamu Masuko To Step Down As Mitsubishi Motors CEO, Takao Kato To Succeed Him

Mitsubishi Motors has said that Masuko will retain his role as chairman of the board both him and Kato will hold a press conference on May 20, 2019 to discuss the changes.

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Mitsubishi Motors has said that Masuko will retain his role as chairman of the board

Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Friday that Osamu Masuko will step down as its chief executive on June 21 and be replaced by Takao Kato, who is president of its operations in Indonesia.

Masuko will retain his role as chairman of the board, Mitsubishi Motors said in a statement, adding that Masuko and Kato will hold a press conference on May 20 to discuss the changes.

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Japan's sixth-largest automaker, in which Nissan Motor Co holds a controlling stake, said this month it expects profit to fall to 90.0 billion yen ($821 million) in the year to March as it navigates slowing demand for cars, global trade frictions and the need to develop new technologies.

Mitsubishi's partners Nissan and France's Renault are meanwhile grappling with the fallout from the arrest of Carlos Ghosn, the group's former chairman, who is facing charges of financial misconduct in Japan.

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Ghosn has denied all charges against him.



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