Tamás Peragovics and Ágnes Szunomár on Taiwan Insight of University of Nottingham

07/31/2020 | 06:15
Tamás Peragovics and Ágnes Szunomár on Taiwan Insight of University of Nottingham

Taiwan is likewise jockeying for more international prestige, but with a clear head start over China. Unlike Beijing, Taipei bears no responsibility for bringing about the current pandemic, and the medical equipment it exports to afflicted countries seems to be of a much better quality.

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