Want China Times
By: CNA and Staff Reporter
Taiwanese businesses in Vietnam have not received reasonable compensation
nearly one year after a deadly anti-Chinese riot in the Southeast Asian country, Taiwan’s representative to Vietnam said Wednesday.
Huang Chih-peng, who described the low efficiency of the Vietnamese government during the past year as “a spectacle,” said there remain many Taiwanese businesses that have not been given full compensation.
In protest to the Vietnamese government’s lukewarm reaction to the riot, which left three Chinese dead and some 400 Taiwanese companies affected, Huang said the office does not encourage Taiwanese to invest in the country. [FULL STORY]