Taiwanese shoemaker suspends production in Myanmar amid chaos
Taipei, March 30 (CNA) A major Taiwanese contract shoe manufacturer has suspended its production in Myanmar amid attacks against pro-democracy protests after the country's military staged a coup and seized power on Feb. 1.
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