TAIPEI, March 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co's Taiwan affiliate will check radiation levels on all car parts imported from Japan, while its cars will sport stickers on their windscreens in an effort to reassure customers of their safety. Yulon Nissan Motor Co said in a statement that beginning April 1 parts will be checked for radiation in three stages: before shipment to Taiwan, at the port of arrival and after assembly. All finished cars will carry stickers on the lower right corner of ...
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