Commodity Cash Is King

Kelly, Tim
April 2009
Forbes Asia;4/27/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p54
The article presents a profile of Japan-based Mitsubishi Corp., which is one of the world's 100 biggest company. Mitsubishi started as a trading company supplying coal, oil and iron to resource-scarce Japan's industrial economy. Several acquisitions and business partnerships has now made profits from its subsidiaries and affiliates contribute to four-fifths of the company's income. Mitsubishi is also the world's biggest producer of microscopic carbon tubes and balls called fullerenes.


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