TAIPEI – New fuel consumption regulations scheduled to take effect in July look set to scuttle imports of many high-priced luxury and sports cars. Maybach M57 Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs says it will begin enforcing new regulations requiring all imported passenger cars to include certification that they meet strict fuel-consumption guidelines before they can be sold here. Dealers complain models with an engine displacement of greater than 3.6L will not meet the new ...

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