VIENNA – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is pulling out of this year’s Frankfurt auto show, which opens to the public Sept. 17. German importer Mitsubishi Motors Deutschland GmbH says the move results from “the extraordinary economic and financial challenges” as well as parent MMC’s strategy to restrict this year’s auto show participation to one international event in every region. MMC will exhibit at next month’s Geneva auto show. In addition, the Japanese auto maker will skip the auto show ...

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