Mitsubishi Motors aims to step up Thai car business


TOKYO, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Motors launched its Outlander crossover vehicle in Thailand on Friday in a move aimed at winning back lost share in the country's small but fast-growing passenger car market. "The launch of the the first in a new product offensive that calls for a shift away from (our) traditional reliance on pickup trucks to a broader product mix," Japan's fourth-biggest auto maker said in a statement. Pickups dominate Thailand's vehicle ...

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