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China’s ban on Taiwanese pineapples leads cross-strait trade into troubled waters

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing’s decision to ban pineapple imports from Taiwan has started a new war of words across the Taiwan Strait, a development that could have huge implications.Chinese customs cited a technicality for the restriction: bugs were spotted in the tropical fruit. But Taipei immediately framed the ban as a calculated political move by Beijing to wage economic war against Taiwan, particularly the southern part of the island that generally supports the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.Whatever the…

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Beijing’s decision to ban pineapple imports from Taiwan has started a new war of words across the Taiwan Strait, a development that could have huge implications.Chinese customs cited a technicality for the restriction: bugs were spotted in the tropical fruit. But Taipei immediately framed the ban as a calculated political move by Beijing to wage economic war against Taiwan, particularly the southern part of the island that generally supports the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.Whatever the…
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