New concerns about Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. surface as a labor union official reveals production at the company’s South Australian plant has slowed to little more than 50 cars per day. The Australian Manufacturers Workers Union says it fears the situation could spell closure of the plant. Union official Paul McMahon tells reporters that parent Mitsubishi Motors Corp.’s latest report shows 380 sedan output at the Adelaide facility fell to 10,932 units last year from about 20,000 ...
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