ADELAIDE – The South Australian government is threatening to make any Mitsubishi Motors Corp. pullout here as costly as possible. Mitsubishi, which is more than $10 billion in debt, learned late last week that alliance partner DaimlerChrysler AG does not plan to provide any bailout money to the ailing auto maker. DC holds a 37.5% stake in the company and was expected to contribute about $3.3 billion. New version of Magna due in 2005. The Japanese auto maker now is turning to its ...
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