Taiwan studying possibility of U.S. border preclearance: MOFA
Taipei, March 23 (CNA) The Taiwan government is assessing the possibility of establishing a United States border preclearance system at its main airport to expedite travel by its citizens to the U.S., the foreign ministry said Friday.
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