ADELAIDE – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. reports a A$16.1 million ($8.4 million) profit in 2001 and says it is on track to fare even better this year. Revenue in 2001 rose a healthy 4.3% to A$2.58 billion ($1.74 billion) from a previous A$2.47 billion ($1.69 billion). Last year's profit was a dramatic turnaround from the struggling auto maker's loss of A$186.4 million ($97.3 million) in 2000. Still, CEO Tom Phillips says that, as a return on investment, last year's earnings were far ...

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