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Mitsubishi President Tetsuro Aikawa bowed in apology Wednesday before briefing reporters on the extent of the cheating. (Photo: Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) – Mitsubishi Motors Corp.’s disclosure that it manipulated fuel economy tests risks putting the Japanese carmaker back in a familiar position: needing help from Mitsubishi group companies to stay in business.

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