Most people in Taiwan do not accept '1992 consensus': poll
Taipei, Jan. 3 (CNA) More than 80 percent of the people in Taiwan do not accept Beijing's definition of the "1992 consensus" and think that it is aimed at undermining the Republic of China's (Taiwan) sovereignty and squeezing its international space, according to a survey released Thursday.
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