TAIPEI – Taiwan's China Steel Corp. joins seven partners to form an alliance to conduct research & development in the production and applications of advanced high-strength steel for the automotive industry. A major goal of the alliance will be to develop AHSS materials stronger than 590 MPa, along with related forming and welding techniques. A senior CSC official says the alliance plans to invest at least NT$80 million ($2.4 million) in the development of core techniques related to ...

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