One dead in Taiwanese plant in Vietnam anti-China protest
Taipei, May 15 (CNA) A Chinese worker died of heatstroke and at least 90 other Chinese people were injured Wednesday night as protesters attacked a steel mill owned by Formosa Plastics Group (FPG), Taiwan's biggest investor in Vietnam, amid anti-China tension over Beijing's deployment of an oil rig in the South China Sea.
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