Mitsubishi Corp. to abolish its special adviser system
Japanese trading house hopes the move will improve management transparency
The logo of Mitsubishi Corporation is displayed at the entrance of the company headquarters building in Tokyo.
TOKYO -- Japanese trading house Mitsubishi Corp. will review its special adviser and adviser system so as to make authority and management more transparent.
The company announced on Friday that it will end the post of special adviser and make the adviser position part-time and unpaid.
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