TOKYO, June 21 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp. said on Thursday it will begin selling a flexible-fuel version of the Pajero sport utility vehicle in Brazil next month as it aims to grab a bigger share of the ethanol-friendly market. The Tokyo-based carmaker has also said it would launch a flex-fuel vehicle, which can run on any mixture of ethanol and gasoline, in the United States during the fiscal year starting in April 2009. Flex-fuel vehicles make up more than four-fifths ...
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