TAIPEI – Taiwan’s Yulon Motor Co. Ltd. will invest $50 million in a new parts factory in China’s Zhejiang province to support the auto maker’s car-assembly operations there. The plant will turn out large or fragile parts, such as windshields and bumpers, that incur higher shipping costs. Yulon will roll out its new self-designed Luxgen model in China in first-half 2010. The 2.2L turbocharged Luxgen multipurpose vehicle goes on sale in Taiwan in second-quarter 2009 and is designed to ...

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