The U.S. market is in the crosshairs as Mitsubishi Motors Corp. readies to embark on yet another restructuring effort designed to return the company to financial solvency. A dramatic tumble in U.S. sales, coupled with major blunders from its U.S. financing arm, has plunged the corporate parent back into the red for the 2003 fiscal year. (See related story: Ailing Mitsubishi Announces Another Restructuring) Just as the U.S. market in recent years accounted for the bulk of profits, it now ...

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