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UN Aviation Agency Rejects Taiwan: 3 Losses

Diplomatically isolated Taiwan had a chance this week show for the International Civil Aviation Organization’s annual assembly. The UN group in place since World War II brings together 191 governments to agree on best commercial airline practices for flight safety, efficiency and clean air. Taiwan isn’t a member of the [...]
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