CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. seeks to export its struggling 380 sedan to Malaysia and is negotiating a deal with Proton Holdings Bhd. Mitsubishi Marketing Manager Kevin Taylor tells The Australian newspaper that, once signed, it would provide the manufacturer with an important export market for the 380. "We have been very keen to find new right-hand-drive markets on the Pacific Rim," Taylor is quoted as saying. "Depending on what needs to be done to the car, it will be in ...
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