NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp. on Wednesday said it expects U.S. sales to rise 2 percent this year after plunging 37 percent in 2004. "The lift in sales will come from Eclipse (car) and from the Raider pickup truck," said Rich Gilligan, who took over as chief executive of the Japanese automaker's North American operations after his predecessor Finbarr O'Neill's sudden resignation earlier this year. U.S. sales will be "up about 2 percent from '04," Gilligan ...
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