Dong: Taiwan affair will not hinder entry into China

China and Taiwan's relationship is highly complicated and brimming with tension. Nevertheless, Dong Energy does not fear that investing in Taiwan could prevent a future entry into the Chinese market.

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When President-elect Donald Trump recently spoke on the phone with Taiwan's president Tsai Ing-wen, it put the problematic relationship between Taiwan and China on the global spotlight.

The call sparked international attention and criticism from diplomats, when Trump broke with decades of US policy in the area to not have formal relations with Taiwan and only acknowledge China. 

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