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Mitsubishi Full-Year Profit Down - Quick Facts

Mitsubishi Corp. (MSBHY.PK, MBC.L) said its full-year net income attributable to Mitsubishi Corporation declined 2.3% to 453.85 billion yen from last year's 464.54 billion yen. On a per share basis, earnings for the full year were 275.22 yen, lower than 281.87 yen in the previous year.

Total revenues for the year amounted to 5.565 trillion yen, compared with 5.21 trillion yen in the earlier year period.

For the year ending March 31, 2013, the company expects net income attributable to Mitsubishi Corp. to be 500.0 billion yen or 303.73 yen per share.

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