TAIPEI, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Yulon Nissan Motor Co., a joint venture between Taiwan's Yulon Motor Co. and Japan's Nissan Motor Co. , expects net earnings per share (EPS) in 2005 to exceed T$10, the company said on Tuesday. That compares with Yulon Nissan's forecast EPS of T$10.4 for this year, or net profit of T$3.12 billion ($96 million). Earnings from a venture in China will contribute T$600 million to T$800 million to Yulon Nissan's bottom line, company President Liu Yi-Cheng told an ...
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