TAIPEI – New-car sales continue their 3-year slide, with September deliveries reaching a 22-year low of 16,737 units, a decline of 22.6% from like-2007. Statistics compiled by Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communication show only 182,016 new cars were licensed in the year’s first three quarters, a drop of 27.2% from like-2007’s pace. The MOTC data indicate Ford Lio Ho Motor Co. Ltd. has been hardest hit so far this year, with 9-month sales down 47.4%. Other brands have not ...

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