CANBERRA – New Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. President and CEO Rob McEniry says the great Australian car-buying boom that started in 2001 has peaked, but extreme discounting may keep sales afloat for a while longer. "The sudden market correction after four years will have a big impact in the industry," he tells reporters at a news briefing. "Everyone has been predicting a market of 1 million units this year, and the supply lines are now clogged with product to service a market lower ...
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