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The president of a giant Taiwanese company has issued a “no support for independence” after being fined 2.5 billion by China.

The president of a giant Taiwanese company has issued a “no support for independence” after being fined 2.5 billion by China.

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President of a large Taiwanese company – On November 30, the Straits Times reported that Mr Douglas Su chairman Far Eastern Group Co. One of the largest conglomerates in Taiwan Send an open letter to the local media. with an important message stating that it does not support the secession of Taiwan from mainland China

After Chinese authorities fined Far Eastern Group on several allegations. From violating tax laws to violating security regulations. totaling up to 474 million yuan, or more than 2,500 million baht last week.

President of a large Taiwanese company

The chairman of a Taiwanese conglomerate said on Tuesday (Nov 30) he does not support independence from China after Beijing fined his company in an apparent warning to it and other businesses to tow the mainland’s line on its sovereignty claims. China took aim last week at Taiwan’s Far Eastern Group, which has interests ranging from hotels to petrochemicals, for a series of problems, from tax to fire safety, with fines totalling 474 million yuan. /bloomberg/

Mr Su’s open letter to the United Daily News reads: “Under the current political climate of Taiwan Some of the public comments stigmatize Taiwanese companies investing in China, which is unnecessary.”

“In recent years, numerous opinion polls have shown that the vast majority of Taiwanese are supportive of maintaining the status quo. And like most Taiwanese I hope the relationship in the Taiwan Strait will remain the way it is. I have always been against Taiwan’s independence,” Su said, adding that Wang strongly hoped there would be peace between the two nations.

The move comes as the Chinese government continues to increase military activity. In particular, the introduction of an invasion squadron into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIC) during the past week, the Chinese Air Force led 36 fighter jets and bombers flying through the Bashi Strait. Southern Taiwan for 2 days

President of a large Taiwanese company

In an open letter to Taiwan’s United Daily News, Far Eastern Chairman Douglas Hsu said that “under the current political atmosphere in Taiwan” certain public opinions put “a sense of guilt” on Taiwanese firms investing in China, which was unnecessary. PHOTO: REUTERS

President of a large Taiwanese company

China views Taiwan as its territory. In recent years, many opinion polls showed most Taiwanese support maintaining the current status quo across the Taiwan Strait, he said. (ABC News: GFX/Jarrod Fankhauser)

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