Taiwan could be keen on TPP
Taiwan should join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, in due time, says Taiwanese Premier Lin Chuan, adding that recent efforts by China to disrupt Taiwan's relations with other countries is counterproductive for cross-strait ties.
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