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Taiwan, China to Hold First Official Talksi
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February 10, 2014
Taiwan and China hold official talks this week, a historic first for the two governments since a civil war ended more than six decades ago. Political differences still linger and while the two administrations do not officially recognize one another, some analysts say the talks could mark a small step toward more normal official ties. VOA's Bill Ide has more from Nanjing where the talks will be held.

Taiwan, China to Hold First Official Talks

Published February 10, 2014

Taiwan and China hold official talks this week, a historic first for the two governments since a civil war ended more than six decades ago. Political differences still linger and while the two administrations do not officially recognize one another, some analysts say the talks could mark a small step toward more normal official ties. VOA's Bill Ide has more from Nanjing where the talks will be held.


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