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|Access:||http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/archive/documents/taiwan/dean031119.htm (downloaded 19-11-2003)|
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|Title:||Politics first, the economy second / by Jason Dean and Michael Vatikiotis|
|Source:||Far Eastern Economic Review (31 July 2003)|
|Description:||2 HTML, 7 GIF, 1 JPEG, 1 JScript files (145 KB)|
|Summary:||Chen Shui-bian has long been defiant towards China, and with a re-election bid in store that's not going to change. His opponents and many in business who want closer ties with the mainland are saying that Chen has focused on politics only at the economy's expense.|
|Subjects:||Taiwan - Relations - China|
Taiwan - History - Autonomy and independence movements
Taiwan - Economic relations - China
Ch'en, Shui-pien, 1951-
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