SAN FRANCISCO – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. may not have plans to bring new products to the U.S. market in the near future, but it is not ruling out such decisions down the road. “One way or another, over the next three years, we will get a pickup in this market,” Steve Torok, executive vice president-international car operations-MMC and MMC board member, tells Ward's. “We have a great new pickup program in Thailand being developed for the rest of the world. We’re looking for a way to get it ...

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