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Taiwan Policy Act would help Taiwan boost defense more swiftly: Scholars

09/15/2022 06:26 PM
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A proposed bill that cleared the U.S. Senate Committee on Wednesday, which contains a promise to provide Taiwan up to US$6.5 billion to purchase arms and to regard Taipei as if it were a non-NATO ally of Washington, could help the country boost its defense capability more swiftly, Taiwanese defense experts said Thursday.

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