CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. is calling a TV report on the auto maker’s performance in Japan and Australia as sensational and a threat to its viability. The report on the Australian Broadcasting Corp. channel reportedly revealed nothing new that Mitsubishi hasn’t already disclosed regarding the global recall of vehicles announced in July and the Fuso truck scandal, including charges against executives. Mitsubishi is spending A$600 million ($435 million) in new plant ...
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