TAIPEI – Taiwan’s sales of new cars in June rose 20.2% vs. year-ago, thanks in part to strong growth in the medium car sector. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications says new-car deliveries reached 43,245 units during the month. China Motor Corp. led the way with a 29.5% gain. Medium cars (1.6L-2L) saw the sharpest rise, with sales up 29.0%. That was followed by a 26.6% gain in the over-2L sector. Some of that growth was offset by a 3.2% decline in deliveries of subcompacts ...

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