TAIPEI, Aug 1 (Reuters) - China Motor Corp , Taiwan's largest car maker, said on Thursday sales in July jumped 37.6 percent from a year earlier to T$4.98 billion (US$147 million) due to strong sales of 1,600 c.c. passenger cars. In the first seven months, China Motor's accumulated sales rose 12.5 percent to T$31.26 billion from the same period a year earlier, a company spokeswoman told Reuters. It sold 8,937 vehicles in July and 56,103 vehicles in the first seven months in Taiwan, up ...
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