Australia denies using Chinese spy case to influence Taiwan elections
Taipei, Jan. 22 (CNA) The Australian representative office in Taipei said Tuesday that its government's disclosure of a case involving a self-confessed spy from China, who was seeking asylum in Canberra late last year, was not aimed at influencing Taiwan's general elections, as has been alleged.
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