KMT to stick to '1992 consensus:' party chairman
Taipei, Sept. 6 (CNA) The Kuomintang (KMT), Taiwan's main opposition party, will continue to stick to its long-held stance of upholding the "1992 consensus" as the basis of its policy toward China, the party's chairman said on Sunday.
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