Taiwan: EV project not suspended, Yulon says

Yulon Group has clarified that it has not suspended plans to promote electric cars. A day earlier, Chinese-language publication Commercial Times had carried a report stating that the company had put its plans to supply electric cars for the domestic market on hold, owing to the government dragging its feet on It’s time to log … Continued

Yulon Group has clarified that it has not suspended plans to promote electric cars.

A day earlier, Chinese-language publication Commercial Times had carried a report stating that the company had put its plans to supply electric cars for the domestic market on hold, owing to the government dragging its feet on

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