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New Taiwan premier vows to remove obstacles to investment

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's new premier, William Lai, on Friday said he would work to lure greater investment to the self-ruled island, while continuing to push reforms in areas ranging from the energy industry to labor, pensions and tax.
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