AUTOSHOW-UPDATE 1-Mitsubishi sees U.S. sales rising

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(Adds details, background) GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp expects to boost sales in the United States to 240,000 units, thanks to a range of new products it is rolling out, its President Osamu Masuko told Reuters at the Geneva car show. Asked when he thought Mitsubishi could hit that U.S. sales target, he said: "Maybe in five years. It is not so easy". He said he saw sales rising to 180,000 in 2007 from nearly 125,000 last year. He said he was not interested in ...

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