Taiwan ranked 29th for travel freedom by U.K. immigration firm

03/02/2016 08:07 PM
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Taipei, March 2 (CNA) Germans hold the strongest passports, giving them visa-free access to 177 countries, while the Republic of China (Taiwan) is in 29th place, with visa-free access to 137 countries, according to a new index released Wednesday by the British immigration and citizenship firm Henley & Partners.


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