224 Taiwanese companies in Vietnam damaged by anti-China protesters
Taipei, May 18 (CNA) More than 200 Taiwanese-invested companies in Vietnam have been damaged during recent anti-China protests, of which 18 were set on fire, official data showed Sunday.
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