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Taiwan says has spent almost $900 million scrambling against China this year

WorldNews Wednesday, 7 October 2020
Taiwan says has spent almost $900 million scrambling against China this yearTAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan has spent almost $900 million this year on scrambling its air force against Chinese incursions, the island's defence minister said on Wednesday, describing the pressure they are facing as "great". China, which claims democratic Taiwan as its own territory, has stepped up its military activity near...
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