Taiwanese businesses in Vietnam on alert following protests

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 2018-06-14

Taiwanese businesses in Vietnam are on the alert following the worst anti-China

(CNA Photo)

protests in the Southeast Asian country since 2014. So far, police have arrested more than 100 people. Walk-outs at factories have also affected businesses owned by Taiwanese investors. Taiwanese officials stationed in Vietnam say that’s because the protesters often mistakenly believe they are Chinese.

In Taiwan, foreign ministry spokesman Andrew Lee said Thursday that while the situation has eased, authorities are still on the alert.

“The foreign ministry and our representative office in Vietnam will stay in close contact with the Vietnam government and public security, and monitor the situation as it develops.    [FULL  STORY]

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