CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. launches a new survival campaign after a survey finds 80% of people believe it will close its Adelaide assembly plant and stop servicing Mitsubishi cars already on the road. CEO Tom Phillips serves as the spokesman in a new national advertising campaign that emphasizes there are no plans to close the assembly plant. But even if the plant is closed, Mitsubishi will continue to be a player in Australia, the ads assure. Sales of locally built ...

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