Vietnam apologizes, mulling tax cuts for Taiwanese businesses (update)
Taipei, May 18 (CNA) Vietnam's chief envoy to Taiwan apologized Sunday, on behalf of his government, to the Taiwanese businesses that suffered losses as a result of the anti-China protests in his country and said his government is considering offering tax cuts and other forms of compensation to those enterprises.
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