TAIPEI – Taiwanese new-car sales continued a 2-year slide in February, hitting a 20-year low of 14,959 units for a 27.1% decline from year-ago. Ford Lio Ho Motor Co. Ltd. saw the greatest loss, with sales plunging 39.9%, followed by Mazda Taiwan Corp.’s 39.8% drop. Prince Motors Co. Ltd., Suzuki Motor Corp.’s local partner, saw deliveries fall 33.7%. Toyota Motor Corp., which captured a 33.9% share of the new-car market last year, saw February deliveries slip 14.2% to 5,072 units. ...
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