CANBERRA – Australian politicians have come away empty-handed from a meeting this week with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. executives in Tokyo. A new version of current Mitsubishi Magna is to launch next year. However, federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane and South Australian Treasurer Kevin Foley continue to put a positive spin on their attempts to keep Mitsubishi's car assembly and engine plants in Adelaide open after the parent company's restructuring. (See related story: Australia ...
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