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US warship sails Taiwan Strait after new China trade pact, Taiwan election
The US Navy has declared transit of another one of its warships through the Taiwan Strait, even after a new US-China trade pact and the re-election of Taiwan’s anti-China president, in a move likely to irk Beijing.
China says won’t change its Taiwan stance despite election
China says it will not change its position that Taiwan belongs to it, after Beijing’s policy opponent, the incumbent Tsai Ing-wen won reelection in the island’s presidential poll.
Taiwan’s President Tsai wins 2nd term in office
Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen has declared her victory in Saturday’s election, where voters allowed the self-ruled island’s first female leader to assume power for a second term.
Taiwan president wins election by landslide
The Taiwanese reelected President Tsai Ing-wen by a landslide in Saturday election which was closely watched by China that considers the island as its own.
Taiwan December export growth seen slowing, inflation at seven-month high
Taiwan’s exports likely grew at a slower pace in December, after beating expectations with a 3.3 percent on-year increase in the prior month, according to a Reuters poll.
China chides Taiwan for ‘bullying people, inciting hostility’
China took a swipe at a proposed bill in Taiwan purportedly aimed at combating Chinese influence, saying it spread alarm among the Taiwanese business community in China and incited hostility.
Taiwan scaremongering with talk of possible attack: China
China has accused Taiwan of scaremongering after the self-ruled island warned of a possible Chinese attack, saying Beijing could resort to military conflict to divert domestic pressure if an economic slowdown bites.
Taiwanese companies look to step up India play
Taiwan-based companies are keen to invest in India in electric vehicles, smart cities, and technology sectors to tap the potential created by the government’s push towards these sectors.
China restores ties with Kiribati, site of space tracking station
China and the Pacific island state of Kiribati restored diplomatic ties on Friday after the former diplomatic ally of Taiwan abandoned Taipei.
China, Solomon Islands forge ties as Taiwan loses allies
China and the Solomon Islands signed an agreement on Saturday to establish diplomatic relations after the Pacific island nation ditched ties with Taiwan, which Beijing claims as a Chinese province.
Taiwan dismayed as another Pacific nation switches to Beijing
Taiwan lashed out at China on Friday after the tiny island nation of Kiribati switched its recognition to Beijing, the second diplomatic defection in the strategically important Pacific in less than a week.
Solomon Islands breaks official ties with Taiwan
The Solomon Islands' government has cut official ties with Taiwan in a new blow to President Tsai Ing-wen, who is seeking re-election in January amid rising tension with China.
Solomon Islands forms task force to shift ties from Taiwan to China
Taiwan is expected to lose yet another ally on the international stage as the Solomon Islands considers developing ties with China, in a move which will leave the self-ruled island with only sixteen allies across the world.
China says it will sanction US firms in Taiwan warplane sale
China said Wednesday that it will levy sanctions against US companies linked to a planned $8 billion sale of advanced F-16V fighter jets to Taiwan in a move that has further strained Sino-American relations.
US uses arms sales to Taiwan to pressure China: Analyst
Political commentator Andrew K.P Leung believes that the US is using its arms sales to Taiwan as leverage to pressure China and also as a bargaining chip in its trade talks with Beijing.

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