Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. again is denying it has secret plans to close its South Australian manufacturing plant before Christmas. An Australian Broadcasting Corp. radio report sparks the latest speculation, saying Mitsubishi is considering four options for closure of the plant, which employs about 1,700 people, following disappointing sales of the locally made 380 sedan. ABC's investigative unit says the auto maker canvassed four scenarios in a secret strategic study dubbed ...

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