Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. has been unable to convince another auto maker to buy its shuttered Adelaide manufacturing plant. “We initially wanted to sell it as a going concern to another automotive manufacturer, but we’ve had no interest for that,” Managing Director Rob McEniry tells the Herald Sun newspaper. The auto maker has put the entire plant up for sale, from the near-new stamping press to the 158-acre (64-ha) plot it sits on. “Our preference is to sell it as one lot,” ...

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