Australian parts makers fear losing millions of dollars in investment from the planned closure of Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd.’s plant in Adelaide. The facility is slated to close March 31, and suppliers are concerned they will not see any compensation for investments made to help bring the auto maker’s locally built 380 sedan to market in 2005. Futuris Corp. Ltd. CEO Bruce Griffiths tells the Melbourne Age newspaper there is anxiety in the parts industry about how Mitsubishi will ...

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