TAIPEI, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Taiwan's largest car producer, China Motor Corp , said on Wednesday it forecast its mainland venture, South East (Fujian) Motor, to post a 10-25 percent lower pretax profit due to rising competition. Its 50-50 venture with Fujian's provincial government, South East (Fujian) Motor, or Soueast, is expected to post a pretax profit of 900 million yuan (US$109 million), down from a previous forecast of 1.0-1.2 billion yuan, China Motor's vice president Hsu Li-min, ...
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