DETROIT — Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America Inc. (MMSA) Executive Vice President Pierre Gagnon says the U.S. unit of Mitsubishi Motors Corp. will profit from the recent tie-up with DaimlerChrysler AG. DC in March purchased a controlling 34% stake for US$2.1 billion in the Japanese automaker, which carries a US$16.4 billion debt load. If DC hopes to access capacity at the Mitsubishi plant in Normal, Illinois, U.S.A., however, there could be a problem for MMSA. The Normal plant, where DC ...

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