CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. says one of the ways it could survive as a manufacturer would be to use excess capacity at its Adelaide engine and vehicle plants to build cars for other companies. CEO Tom Phillips tells the Australian Broadcasting Corp. Mitsubishi Australia is determined to maximize the capacity of the plant. If parent Mitsubishi Motors Corp. approves, it could do so by building models for other makers, he says. "We've looked at that as part of the upgrade of ...

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