Taiwan, China testing each other's bottom lines: security agency

06/05/2016 05:32 PM
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Taipei, June 5 (CNA) Taipei and Beijing, deadlocked over the "1992 consensus," are testing each other's bottom lines in regard to the political foundation of their bilateral relations, the National Security Bureau (NSB) has said, suggesting that Taipei keep communicating with its rival and try to build a bridge of mutual trust.


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