ADELAIDE — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. decides to revive its Australian operations with a A$172 million (US$90.2 million) cash injection. The automaker had been seriously considering closing the Adelaide-based plants. The funds reportedly will be used for plant investment, debt retirement and the development of additional export markets. The decision is believed to signal that the parent company will go ahead with a future commitment of A$450 million (US$237.2 million) designated for plant ...

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