Australian government officials scheduled to meet this week in Tokyo with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in a critical effort to secure the future of the auto maker’s operations in Adelaide, which employ 3,300 workers, might have to get in line. Not only was cash-starved MMC financially abandoned last month by alliance partner DaimlerChrysler AG, dashing both auto makers’ Asian ambitions, but just when it looked like things couldn't possibly get any worse, they have. Stuttgart planners were ...
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