Mitsubishi makes US POW apology: Will other firms follow suit?

This will "almost certainly have implications for other Japanese corporations," says leading Asia reputation expert.

by Gary Scattergood
Yukio Okamoto, outside board member of Mitsubishi Materials and Hikaru Kimura, senior executive officer Mitsubishi Materials, offer an apology to 94-year-old US prisoner of war, James Murphy.
Yukio Okamoto, outside board member of Mitsubishi Materials and Hikaru Kimura, senior executive officer Mitsubishi Materials, offer an apology to 94-year-old US prisoner of war, James Murphy.

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