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2017/01/29 02:38



The Chinese Minist青創貸款輕鬆貸計畫ry of Foreign Affairs did not immediately respond to e-mailed and faxed requests for comment.

“I’ve worked as an adviser in Guinea for five years,” said Barry, referring to the west African nation that has drawn billions of US dollars in Chinese investment because it holds the world’s largest reserves of bauxite, used to make aluminum. “I know how much Beijing is worth.’’

Taiwan said Sao Tome had asked for more than US$100 million to maintain relations, and called the move that cut to 21 the number of its diplomatic partners “reckless and unfriendly.”

“We get outrageous proposals telling us: ‘If you sign with Beijing, we’ll offer you US$50 billion or even more,’” Barry said in an interview in the capital, Ouagadougou, this month. “Taiwan is our friend and our partner. We’re happy and we see no reason to reconsider the relationship.”

富邦保單借款債務整合公司“We’re very happy with our relationship and intend to main勞工貸款條件台北市借款高雄代書貸款債務整合申請表tain it for a very long time because our friendship is based on our national interests and not on the size of Taiwan’s wallet,”信用不良信貸 Swaziland government spokesman Percy Simelane said by telephone.

A deputy minister of foreign affairs flew to Burkina Faso in Sept創業貸款利率ember last year to discuss projects “and we looked at our cooperation and decided to continue,” Barry said.

Taiwan also offers worker training programs and funds tuition for some university students.

When then-Gambian president Yahya Jammeh abruptly cut ties with Taiwan in 2013, then-minister of foreign affairs David Lin (林永樂) said that the Gambia had made financial requests that Taipei considered unacceptable.


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Burkina Faso resumed relations with Taiwan in 1994 following a 21-year hiatus, while ties between Swaziland and Taiwan date to 1968, making Swaziland the African partner with the longest history.

Sao Tomean Prime Minister Patrice Trovoada denied asking for money, but said the decision to break relations with Taiwan was necessary to improve the lives of the 200,000 inhabitants of the west African archipelago.

Asked about the nation’s ties with Burkina Faso and Swaziland, Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Eleanor Wang (王珮玲) said by telephone: “Our relations are concrete.”

嘉義貸款Last month, the island nation of Sao Tome and Principe split with Taiwa桃園代書借款n勞保局勞工貸款率利2017代辦信用貸款 because it was facing dwindling support from its traditional pa票貼利息rtners, mainly oil-producing nations hit by the slump in crude oil prices.

China last year resumed diplomatic relations with the Gambia, which initially recognized Taiwan before shifting to China and shifting back again to Taiwan in 1995.

Competition between Taiwan and China for diplomatic allies has intensified since President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) assumed office in May last year.

That left Taiwan with Burkina Faso and Swaziland, two landlocked nations with a combined population of less than 20 million people and economies worth US$11 billion and US$4 billion respectively.

Wang said the public needs to see the length China will go to in suppressing Taiwan’s international position, panning the Chinese government as conducting “diplomacy by handouts.”

Swaziland says it has no plans to change its approach.

Burkina Faso will not cut relations with Taiwan, despite people and companies with links to China offering funding in return for reco代辦銀行貸款gnition of the “one China” principle, Burkinabe Minister of Foreign Affairs Alpha Barry said.

Taiwan provides doctors to health facilities across the southern African nation, shares agricultural expertise and offers univ政府結婚貸款ersity scholarships.

Swaziland has also said its relationship with Taiwan is based on mutual interests, not money.

The talks resulted in subsidies worth US$47 million over the next two years in industries ranging from agriculture to education and defense, he said.

The nation’s last two African allies have no plans to switch allegiances and break ties with Taipei, de信用卡協商還款s高雄民間代書貸款台新整合負債p貸款代辦公司ite Beijing’s efforts to woo them, officials said.銀行信用瑕疵貸款

Both countries said they would continue to lobby for Taiwan’s inclusion as a member of the UN.

MUTUAL INTERESTS: 房貸利率比較表Burkina Faso and Swaziland said that relations with Taiwan are not based on money and they would continue to lobby for UN membership for Taiwan

Additional reporting by Yang Chun-hui

When as台北哪裡可以借錢ked for comment, Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Wang Ding-yu (王定宇) said: “It is fortunate that certain values and friends are not for sale.”