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US Says Taiwan Defense Spending to Rise with China Threat

Poster:Post date:2019-08-18
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
(The Diplomat/Associated Press) W. Brent Christensen, director of the American institute in Taiwan (AIT), remarked that the U.S. anticipates that Taiwan will continue to increase its defense spending to boost its self-defense capability amid growing Chinese security threats. In response, China announced that it would impose sanctions on any U.S. enterprises that participated in the arms sales to Taiwan. <Accessed 2019-08-18>  
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