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Taiwan companies grapple with China policy shift

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, center, visits a computer fair in Taipei on May 31. (Central News Agency/Kyodo News)

HONG KONG -- Taiwan's new president, Tsai Ing-wen, took office in May, drawing the interest of business leaders and stock market players over how she will handle China in terms of economic policy.

Taiwanese companies are already responding in different ways to the Tsai administration's priorities. Tsai's Democratic Progressive Party is independence-oriented, contrasting sharply with the pro-China stance of her Nationalist predecessor, Ma Ying-jeou.

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