The way-troubled Mitsubishi has confirmed that they are in talks with the French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen. On the other hand Peugeot confirms that they were in talks with Mitsu but only on a cooperation policy, not about anything as big as a buy-out. Mitsubishi knows that the only way out of the troubles that poor financing deals and recall cover-ups have caused the company is to pair up with other automakers. Is the new Eclipse enough buzz to keep the automaker's head above water before a savior can be found?
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