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Taiwan ruling party replaces presidential pick with party chief

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's ruling party on Saturday named its chairman to run for the island's top spot in coming national elections, replacing an existing pick in a move aimed at avoiding a trouncing by an opposition it fears could derail warming ties with China.
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