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    1. March 24, 2008

      Ma's win set to spur Taiwanese economy

      Taiwan and China yesterday appeared set to resume dialogue on closer economic links following a landslide victory by Ma...

    2. March 23, 2008

      Ma’s win set to spur Taiwanese economy

      Taiwan and China on Sunday appeared set to resume dialogue on closer economic links following a landslide victory by Ma...

    1. March 23, 2008

      Opposition KMT wins Taiwan election

      Taiwan’s voters gave a resounding victory to Ma Ying-jeou of the opposition Kuomintang party in the island’s presidential...

    2. March 19, 2008

      Taiwan candidate criticises 'arrogant' Chinese premier

      Ma Ying-jeou, who leads opinion polls for Saturday's presidential election in Taiwan, yesterday made an attack on Wen...

    3. March 18, 2008

      Taiwan election rivals clash over Tibet

      Ma Ying-jeou, the frontrunner in Taiwan's presidential election, yesterday declared the island a sovereign country as he...

    4. March 17, 2008

      Taiwan frontrunner parries Tibet challenge

      Ma Ying-jeou, the frontrunner in Taiwan’s presidential election, declared the island a sovereign country on Monday as he...

    5. March 14, 2008

      Island on the 'road of no return' to separate identity

      When Chen Shui-bian travels by presidential jet, his feet rest on a light green carpet in a nod to the colour of the ruling...

    6. March 14, 2008

      'Road of no return' to separate identity

      When Chen Shui-bian travels by presidential jet, his feet rest on a light green carpet in a nod to the colour of the ruling...

    7. March 14, 2008

      Taiwan's Chen fires defiant parting shot over Chinese rule

      Taiwan is very unlikely ever to return to Chinese rule, Chen Shui-bian, Taiwan's outgoing president, said yesterday,...

    8. March 14, 2008

      Chen fires defiant parting shot at Beijing

      Taiwan is very unlikely ever to return to Chinese rule, Chen Shui-bian, Taiwan's outgoing president, said yesterday,...

    9. March 13, 2008

      Taiwan’s rising identity is ‘road of no return’

      When Chen Shui-bian travels by presidential jet, his feet rest on a light green carpet in a nod to the colour of the ruling...

    10. March 13, 2008

      Chen fires Beijing a defiant parting shot

      Taiwan is very unlikely ever to return to Chinese rule, Chen Shui-bian, Taiwan’s outgoing president, said on Thursday,...

    11. March 12, 2008

      Taiwan reverses ban on China banking investment

      Taiwan said on Wednesday it would allow its banks to take stakes in their Chinese counterparts via overseas subsidiaries...

    12. March 6, 2008

      Taiwan eases mainland investment cap in poll move

      Taiwan's government sought to woo middle-class voters before presidential elections on March 22 by appearing...

    13. January 15, 2008

      Taiwan's Hsieh faces uphill battle

      When Frank Hsieh, the presidential candidate of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive party, took over the party's...

    14. January 15, 2008

      Taiwan’s Hsieh faces struggle to woo voters

      When Frank Hsieh, the presidential candidate of Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive party, took over the party’s...

    15. January 14, 2008

      KMT wins by landslide in Taiwan elections

      Ma Ying-jeou, the candidate of Taiwan's opposition Kuomintang, received a strong boost for his presidential bid after his...

    16. January 13, 2008

      Fresh start for Taiwan politics

      Chen Shui-bian, the Taiwanese president who has tried to make his drive for greater independence from mainland China the...

    17. January 12, 2008

      Taiwan’s nationalists win by landslide

      Ma Ying-jeou, the candidate of Taiwan’s opposition Kuomintang, received a strong boost for his presidential bid after his...

    18. January 10, 2008

      Appeal against Ma's acquittal

      Taiwan prosecutors yesterday appealed against the acquittal of Ma Ying-jeou on corruption charges, prolonging a legal...

    19. January 9, 2008

      Taiwan prosecutors appeal against Ma’s acquittal

      Taiwan prosecutors on Wednesday appealed against the acquittal of Ma Ying-jeou on corruption charges, prolonging a legal...

    20. December 28, 2007

      Court clears Taiwan presidential hopeful Ma

      Taiwan’s High Court on Friday cleared Ma Ying-jeou, the presidential hopeful of Taiwan’s opposition Kuomintang, of...

    21. November 7, 2007

      Hsieh promises company pardons

      Frank Hsieh, the presidential candidate of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive party, has pledged to pardon all...

    22. November 6, 2007

      Hsieh promises company pardons

      Frank Hsieh, the presidential candidate of Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party, has pledged to pardon all Taiwanese...

    23. November 3, 2007

      Triad's death haunts Taiwan's KMT election hopes

      In life, Chen Chi-li made a foray into politics and was betrayed. In death, he has come back to take revenge. The leader of...

    24. November 2, 2007

      Killer’s death haunts Taiwan party

      In life, Chen Chi-li made a foray into politics and was betrayed. In death, he has come back to take revenge. The leader of...

    25. November 2, 2007

      Taiwan resists political pressure for freeze

      Taiwan resisted political pressure to freeze domestic oil prices yesterday and allowed the island's state-owned refiner to...

    26. November 2, 2007

      Taiwan resists political pressure to freeze oil prices

      Taiwan resisted political pressure to freeze domestic oil prices yesterday and allowed the island's state-owned refiner to...

    27. October 23, 2007

      Taiwan chief carries torch for UN place

      Chen Shui-bian, Taiwan’s president, will on Wednesday run the first leg of an 11-day torch relay organised by the ruling...

    28. October 12, 2007

      Taiwan president back in party role

      Chen Shui-bian, Taiwan president, agreed on Thursday to return as chairman of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party, a...

    29. September 30, 2007

      Taiwan party rejects independence plan

      The annual congress of ­Taiwan’s ruling party on Sunday rejected proposals for a radical pro-independence manifesto in...

    30. September 18, 2007

      Observer: Still standing

      In the 1970s Playskool marketed the Weebles, a popular children's toy, with the phrase "Weebles wobble but they don't fall...

    31. August 31, 2007

      Ruling party in Taiwan flexes muscles

      Taiwan's ruling party is trying to force its presidential candidate, Frank Hsieh, to commit himself to a more radical...

    32. August 15, 2007

      KMT candidate in graft acquittal

      Ma Ying-jeou, the presidential candidate of the Kuomintang, Taiwan's leading opposition party, was yesterday acquitted of...

    33. July 26, 2007

      US gives Hsieh lobbying cold shoulder

      Frank Hsieh, presidential candidate of Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive party, is renowned around the island for his...

    34. July 24, 2007

      Hsieh seeks to mend Taiwan-US ties

      Frank Hsieh, the presidential candidate of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive party, has pledged to set aside...

    35. July 23, 2007

      Full interview: Frank Hsieh

      Frank Hsieh, presidential candidate of Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party, is on a trip to the United States,...

    36. July 23, 2007

      Hsieh offers softer line on independence

      Frank Hsieh, the presidential candidate of Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive party, has pledged to set aside...

    37. July 23, 2007

      Taiwan leader's UN bid may hit rival's trip to US

      Chen Shui-bian, Taiwan's president, has launched a fresh bid for the island to join the United Nations under its own name...

    38. June 11, 2007

      Taiwan awaits fallout from bankruptcy law

      Banks in Taiwan are braced for the fallout from new personal bankruptcy legislation, which, they say, could encourage...

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