TOKYO – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has two priorities: to develop Asian markets and continue growth in North America, it’s No.1 source of profits and second in sales. So says Steven A. Torok, MMC executive vice president in an exclusive interview with Ward's. Last year, North America and Asia, excluding Japan, accounted for 53.3% of MMC's worldwide sales of 1.59 million vehicles. Both are critical to the recovery of the struggling Japanese auto maker, now entering the last leg of a 3-year ...

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