TAIPEI – Taiwan's auto makers are gearing up to bid on one of the island's largest military procurement orders in recent years, a $595 million contract to supply 5,000 2.5-ton, 10-wheel trucks and 4,000 quarter-ton, 4-wheel-drive SUVs over a 5-year period. While the vehicles will be produced in Taiwan and will be required to have a local content of at least 30%, the government is urging domestic auto makers to team up with foreign partners in an effort to encourage closer cooperation ...
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