Want China Times
By: CNA and Staff Reporter
Taiwan’s president, Ma Ying-jeou, voiced his support Wednesday for the idea of
solidifying the so-called 1992 Consensus and making this concept part of Taiwan’s efforts to seek access to regional economic integration.
“I totally agree with” the idea proposed by ruling Kuomintang chair Eric Chu to incorporate into Taiwan’s efforts the 1992 Consensus, a tacit understanding reached between Taipei and Beijing in 1992 to allow each side to have their own interpretations of what “one China” means, Ma said during a visit to the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC), Taiwan’s top China policy-making body.
During Taiwan’s bid for its participation in regional economic integration, Ma said, his administration will also take care of the needs of Taiwanese small and medium enterprises. [FULL STORY]