ADELAIDE – Ailing Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd.’s Japanese parent accepts a combined federal and state government offer of a A85 million ($46 million) assistance package in exchange for expanding operations here, including 1,200 new jobs, in a deal to keep its Adelaide, South Australian car operations open. Australia’s Prime Minister John Howard made the announcement on Friday, April 26. The deal includes the creation of a new global research and development facility employing 300 ...

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