People walk by the headquarters of the Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in Tokyo, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012. Mitsubishi Motors Corp.'s fiscal second-quarter net profit improved 60 percent to 10.1 billion yen ($126 million) on cost cuts, but the Japanese automaker lowered its projection Tuesday for China, where a bitter territorial dispute is sending sales plunging. Mitsubishi, which reported a 6.3 billion yen profit for the July-September period the previous year, is among the Japanese automakers making a solid recovery after last year's earthquake and tsunami disaster that disrupted supply chains. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)

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People walk by the headquarters of the Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in Tokyo, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012. Mitsubishi Motors Corp.'s fiscal second-quarter net profit improved 60 percent to 10.1 billion yen ($126 million) on cost cuts, but the Japanese automaker lowered its projection Tuesday for China, where a bitter territorial dispute is sending sales plunging. Mitsubishi, which reported a 6.3 billion yen profit for the July-September period the previous year, is among the Japanese automakers making a solid recovery after last year's earthquake and tsunami disaster that disrupted supply chains. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
People walk by the headquarters of the Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in Tokyo, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012. Mitsubishi Motors Corp.'s fiscal second-quarter net profit improved 60 percent to 10.1 billion yen ($126 million) on cost cuts, but the Japanese automaker lowered its projection Tuesday for China, where a bitter territorial dispute is sending sales plunging. Mitsubishi, which reported a 6.3 billion yen profit for the July-September period the previous year, is among the Japanese automakers making a solid recovery after last year's earthquake and tsunami disaster that disrupted supply chains. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
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