TAIPEI Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has been in office for just over half a year, but her honeymoon already looks to be over.
The island's first female leader came to power amid much hope and excitement, but her approval ratings have dropped due to a lack of progress in resolving key challenges, not the least of which is finding a new economic pillar to replace the troubled semiconductor industry.
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