‘Pride in Democracy’ - How a DPP government would deal with China

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January 15, 2015

RESULTS of November’s local government elections in Taiwan point to  resurgence of the Opposition Democratic Progressive Party, positioning it for a win in the 2016 Presidential polls. Joseph Wu, Secretary-General of the DPP, spells out his party’s China policy, which would see a lessening of Taiwan’s trade dependence on China, and, politically, a continuation of the status quo . . .