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Taiwan's new premier vows to 'build country', scrap investment hurdles

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's new premier, William Lai, vowed on Friday to work towards luring greater investment to the self-ruled island, while sticking to the policies of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.
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