Government, Business, and the Politics of Interdependence by John Q. Tian (auth.)

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This position was quickly attacked by both the DPP and the mainstream faction within the KMT as a betrayal of Taiwan’s interests. Given the demographic change and political realities that had developed over the years, the minority faction of the KMT was quickly marginalized. When the marginalized group later broke away to form the core of the New Party, the KMT became virtually a “Taiwanese party”11 led by the mainstream faction consisting mostly of local Taiwanese elites with little memory of Taiwan as part of China and no fantasy of national unification.

The unspoken objective was to defuse the “time bomb” of Taiwan independence and to prevent any crisis that would jeopardize Beijing’s plans to maintain a peaceful environment that would allow it to focus on developing its economy. 40 Instead of attempting to clarify the question of whether the PRC or the ROC was the rightful representative of China’s sovereignty, the document reiterated Taipei’s “divided nation” model, insisting on the ROC’s “equal status” with the PRC, with each having jurisdiction over its respective territory and coexisting as equal legal entities internationally.

16 Conflict across the Taiwan Strait Chapter 4 examines industrial organization in Taiwan and institutional basis of government-business relations in economic interactions across the Taiwan Strait. The analytical focus is on Taiwan’s dichotomous market structure and dual financial system and their impact on the organization and behavior of Taiwanese businesses in the dynamic economic interactions across the Taiwan Strait. Unlike previous analyses that concentrate only on state policy and the structural power of big business, I pay special attention to the organizational characteristics of SMEs and their relations with the state and big business.

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