Mitsubishi puts A$230mln into Australian research


MELBOURNE, July 24 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Thursday it planned to pour A$230 million ($152 million) over five years into a new research and development centre in Australia, including a new high-speed test track. The centre will help develop Mitsubishi products worldwide, including two new models due for release after 2005, contributing to style, design, prototype building, emission testing, noise, vibration and harshness testing. The company said the biggest single ...

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