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Taiwan businessman hopes to repel China with civilian force


A Taiwanese microchip tycoon unveils plans to train more than three million "civilian warriors" to help defend the island against a potential Chinese invasion, donating NT$1 billion ($33m) of his own money. Robert Tsao, founder of major microchip maker United Microelectronics Corp, says Taiwan should show that it will "annihilate" China in the event of an invasion.

Added on the 01/09/2022 09:24:15 - Copyright : AFP EN

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