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Yue Loong Motor Company built Datsuns in Taiwan under their own brands, YLN and Yue Loong, rather than as Datsuns.
Founder Mr. Ching-Ling Yen established the company on September 10, 1953. He died on March 20, 1981.
Yulon signed up a technical collaboration agreement with Nissan in February 1957, and changed the name to be "Yulon Motor Co., Ltd" and officially manufactured sedans and commercial trucks.
Yulon established the Sanyi manufacturer and engineering center in 1981.
"Feeling 101" was launched in 1986 and was the first motor vehicle designed and manufactured in Taiwan.
In 1999, YULON announced the investment to Nissan Motor Philippines Corporate, and in 2000, signed a formal alliance agreement with Renault becoming Renault's sole distributor in Taiwan.
On May 20th, 2003, Yulon Motor and Nissan Motor had a co-announcement, Yulon Motor split to two independent companies; one is Yulon Motor Co., Ltd. and the other one is Yulon-Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
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