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  • **FILE** Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou (Associated Press)

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  • **FILE** Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou (Associated Press)

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  • Mr. Ma says the agreement is necessary for Taiwan to avoid economic isolation amid the emergence of regional trading blocs, particularly after a free trade agreement between China and southeast Asian countries went into effect earlier this year.

    Taiwan lawmakers scuffle over China trade bill →

  • Mr. Ma said the landmark trade agreement with China will bolster the island's economy without exposing it to immediate political pressure from Beijing.

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