UPDATE 2-China Motor's JV to be top China van maker

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(adds more details and comment) By James Peng TAIPEI, July 24 (Reuters) - Taiwan's largest carmaker, China Motor Corp , said on Wednesday its China joint venture, South East (Fujian) Motor, or Soueast, will become the mainland's largest van maker in 2003. Soueast, which started out in 1996 making several hundred vans, expects to sell 90,000-100,000 vans next year, compared with an expected 45,000 in 2002 and 30,022 in 2001, vice president Jan Yi-ching told Reuters. Sales for the ...

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