TOKYO, May 30 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (MMC) said on Monday its Indian partner, Hindustan Motors Ltd. (HML), has agreed to expand production of Mitsubishi's Lancer sedans at an HML plant starting in January. The annual output of Lancer vehicles at the Chennai plant is targeted to rise to 4,500 in the year to March 2007 from about 2,200 now, an MMC spokesman said. No details on additional investments have been decided yet, MMC said. Lancer sedans are assembled in Chennai from ...
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