TAIPEI – Mazda is considering importing automobile components and parts from China for assembly in Taiwan. If the move is carried out, it will mark a new phase in the development of Taiwan's auto industry. Mazda currently assembles cars in Taiwan in cooperation with Ford, using components imported from Japan. Under the Cross-Strait Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement recently signed by Taiwan and China, Taiwan has eliminated or significantly reduced tariffs on products imported ...

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