ADELAIDE, Australia -- Mitsubishi Motors Corp. plans to build a family sedan in Australia in 2005. Tom Phillips, Mitsubishi chief here, says in published reports that the new car -- to be built alongside the new ’05 Magna -- will be sold in Australia and exported to the U.S. and Middle East markets. Phillips says Mitsubishi in Japan decided last month that the Australian subsidiary would continue as a manufacturer. But it still has to raise the A$900 million ($463 million) needed for the ...

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