Mitsubishi prepares plant for DC cars TOKYO — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. suspends operations at one of its three plants in Japan in order to accommodate production of DaimlerChrysler AG vehicles, reports say. The German automaker acquired a controlling 34% stake in the long-suffering Japanese maker in March. The manufacturing facility, located in Nagoya, reportedly will produce an inexpensive small car, with a 1.0L to 1.5L engine, designed for the world market. The vehicle most likely will be ...

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