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Taiwan's $2.3 billion investment created nearly 65,000 jobs in India: Foreign Minister Joseph Wu tells WION

DNA Thursday, 22 October 2020
Talking to WION, the minister said the Taiwan government, since 2016, is looking forward to improving the friendship between the two countries.
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