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Taiwan mulls plan to penalize airlines now toeing China's line

Taipei faces dilemma in deploying political pressure as tactics resemble Beijing's

TAIPEI -- Authorities in Taiwan are considering countermeasures against foreign airlines that have bowed to Beijing and are now referring to the island as part of China on their websites.

The island's government is considering airport facility restrictions against airlines that have decided to appease Beijing, the United Daily News reported in its Monday morning edition.

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