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Nov 9, 2012 | 16:19 GMT

China: Taiwanese President May Invite Leaders To Visit

Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou might consider inviting Chinese officials to visit Taiwan in the future, but not right now, according to a statement issued by Ma's office Nov. 9, AFP reported. One of the obstacles to the visit is that China would probably not refer to Taiwanese officials by their proper titles since China does not recognize the government in Taipei, Ma said. Since Taiwan split from China in 1949, its primary defensive concern has been the mainland, but Taipei's posture toward Beijing has become less overtly hostile in the past decade.

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