TAIPEI – Taiwan's Automotive Research & Testing Center will inaugurate a $5.85 million vehicle crash testing laboratory in November. The new lab, which will be the first in Taiwan, is expected to reduce by 60%-70% the amount currently spent on product crash testing by the island's auto makers and parts suppliers. The new lab is seen as providing a major boon to Taiwan's auto makers, which commonly introduce changes to models produced locally. In the past, sample units have had to be ...

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