Taiwan, China expand trade deals

11/5/2008 | International Herald Tribune

Taiwan and China, both struggling to cope with the global economic downturn, signed a series of agreements increasing the number of charter flights between the countries, shortening flight routes, opening sea ports to ships from each other and beginning a free exchange of information on food safety. The agreements were finalized on the second day of a five-day visit to Taiwan by a delegation led by Chen Yunlin, the most senior Chinese Communist Party official to visit Taiwan since 1949.

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