|- Attended by President Duterte and Guests -|
TOKYO, Feb 27, 2017 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) announced that a production launch ceremony for the Mirage G4 compact sedan (local market name; Attrage in some other markets) was held today at the Malacanang Palace, the official residence and workplace of the President of the Philippines, in Manila. The Mirage G4 went into production on February 17 at the vehicle assembly plant of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC)(1). The ceremony was attended by the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, representatives from the Philippine government and guests.
At the ceremony, MMC President and CEO Osamu Masako stated, "Under the strong leadership of his Excellency President Duterte, there is big potential of economic growth in the Philippines. It is my conviction that the automotive industry with its broad base, high quality labor force and strong support through the Philippine government's development policy, will contribute to the economic prosperity of the Philippines. Our intension is to contribute to the prosperity of the Philippines."
(1) MMC's sole manufacturer and distributor in that country.
Established: Feb. 1963
Headquarters / Plant: Santa Rosa, Laguna Province (45km southeast of Manila)
Capital: 1.64 billion PHP
Scope of operations: Production and sales of MMC vehicles
Representative: Yoshiaki Kato, President and CEO
Stockholders: MMC 51%, Sojitz Corporation 49%
Annual production capacity: 50,000 units
Site area: 21.4 hectares
Number of employees: Approx. 1,400 employees (as of December 2016)
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