Taiwan finally extends its main airport; faces down regional threats

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In the broader scheme of things, Taiwan, Republic of China, barely gets a look-in in the west. Taiwan sits quietly in the South China Sea and calmly goes about its own business, and most people outside the region can’t easily locate it on a map.

But it is in the news right now as Beijing ramps up the political pressures. Taiwan is actually in a position to benefit from the attention it is receiving from the world as it has managed to keep COVID-19 infections largely at bay, and as – finally – it signs a contract to build a big new terminal at its main airport.

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