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Taiwan to invest $28bn in infrastructure upgrades

Plans include new railways, waterworks and data centers

Taiwanese Premier Lin Chuan, who unveiled details of the infrastructure package Thursday.

TAIPEI -- Taiwan plans to invest around 880 billion New Taiwanese dollars ($28.8 billion) in infrastructure over the next eight years, seeking to spur economic recovery by upgrading its rail transport, waterways, and digital industry facilities.

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