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At post-scandal Mitsubishi, reforms aplenty but no hit cars

Automaker is more nimble and open under Nissan, but struggling to find its voice

TOKYO -- To snuff out the corporate culture that led to  ' damaging fuel economy scandal, the Japanese carmaker has made openness and independent thinking a priority among its employees, Executive Vice President Mitsuhiko Yamashita said.

"We've noticed that workers are beginning to recognize and address problems together," Yamashita, who oversees development and quality at Mitsubishi, said at a briefing Thursday on the company's reform efforts.

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