Vietnam apologizes, mulling tax cuts for Taiwanese businesses (update)

05/18/2014 09:13 PM
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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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