TAIPEI – Auto makers here are welcoming the news of a planned new production line by Taiwan's largest steel maker, China Steel Corp. CSC says it is actively working on a plan to set up a third cold-rolling production line with an annual capacity of 1.7 tons (1.5 million t) of steel plate. The initial investment for the new line would be at least $320 million. A CSC official says much of the output from the planned new capacity would be earmarked for automobile producers in mainland ...

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