Beijing frets over Taiwan opposition split as parties go on the attack over China ties

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Beijing is fretting that a split in Taiwan’s opposition could pave the way for the island’s ruling party – which the Chinese government despises – to stay in power, as China took centre stage in election campaigning over the weekend.

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