TAIPEI – Sales of new cars fell 1.9% in Taiwan during May to 31,720 units, including imports. The sluggish market is being blamed on the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in the region, which kept potential buyers at home and away from new-car dealerships during the month.

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