Mitsubishi Motors Corp.’s ambitious plans for China include introduction of the Grandis minivan there in October. The beleaguered auto maker hopes to tap the region’s potential to counter losses it is experiencing elsewhere in the world. The Japanese auto maker’s latest revival plan pins much hope on China, forecasting sales of more than 200,000 units there for the fiscal year ending in March 2005 and targeting sales of 310,000 units in the 2008 fiscal year, ending in March 2009. (See ...
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