Big majority reject 'one country, two systems': survey
Taipei, March 21 (CNA) A large majority of Taiwanese people do not agree with China's "one country, two systems" formula for unification with Taiwan and believe Taiwan's future should be decided by Taiwanese, according to a survey released by the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Thursday.
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