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EDITORIAL: Awaiting the DPP’s China policy

Lastly, the DPP would love to maintain a certain degree of ambiguity on its policy to gain flexibility, but Beijing is likely to push it to be explicit.

Taiwanese tend to ignore China policy until election time. That is understandable at present, when many are struggling simply to make ends meet. However, with the growing influence of the China factor and President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) administration’s overdependence on China, the formulation of the DPP’s China policy is arguably one of the most important issues over the next two years.

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