Taiwan shares plunge amid worries ahead of Pelosi's expected visit
Taipei, Aug. 2 (CNA) Shares in Taiwan took a beating, plunging more than 200 points Tuesday, as worries over cross-strait tensions escalated ahead of an expected visit by U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, dealers said.
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