China Motor's JV to be top China van maker


TAIPEI, July 24 (Reuters) - Taiwan's largest carmaker, China Motor Corp , said on Wednesday its joint venture in China, South East (Fujian) Motor, or Soueast, will become the mainland's largest van maker in 2003. The company expects to sell 90,000-100,000 vans next year, compared with an expected 45,000 in 2002 and 30,022 in 2001, vice president Jan Yi-ching told Reuters in an interview. The 2003 forecast will exceed the production of China's biggest van maker, Brilliance China , which ...

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