Country unlikely to sign investment deal with China in December.

By bne IntelliNews December 8, 2010
Taiwan and China are unlikely to sign a much-expected investment protection agreement during their next round of high-level talks in December this year. As reported by Agence France Presse, both the countries are unlikely to forge the investment deal, which would have come after a sweeping trade pact was signed in June, due to a lack of agreement in key areas. According to Wu Den-yih, the country's premier, a much broader consensus was required before inking the final deal.

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