TAIPEI -- Hours after a strong earthquake shook the east coast of Taiwan on Thursday, Foxconn's Terry Gou was spotted in downtown Taipei, squatting down to peer at the road. Running his hands over the buckled surface, the founder of the world's largest iPhone maker declared that Taiwan needed to do more to protect itself against earthquakes.
Gou's campaign for the Taiwanese presidency had begun.
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