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KMT candidate Han Kuo-yu faces uphill battle in Taiwan presidential race

WorldNews Tuesday, 16 July 2019
KMT candidate Han Kuo-yu faces uphill battle in Taiwan presidential raceAfter a convincing win in the opposition Kuomintang primaries, Taiwanese presidential candidate Han Kuo-yu faces challenges that could cost him the election if he fails to tackle them, according to analysts.They said the Kaohsiung mayor – who beat his closest rival, Foxconn’s billionaire founder Terry Gou Tai-ming, by 17 percentage points in the primaries – now needed to mend fences with Gou, convince his constituents and win over young voters.Gou congratulated Han on his nomination but has yet… ......
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