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  • The new tax on second homes that took effect Wednesday is part of the Kuomintang's effort to address rising wealth-gap concerns.

    Wealth Gap Could Sway Taiwan Vote

  • Cross-strait ties improved after the Kuomintang's Ma Ying-jeou was elected Taiwan president in 2008 with a pledge to improve relations with its political rival.

    Taiwan, China Make Progress on Trade Pact, Taipei Body Says

  • Wu Den-yih, Mr. Liu's designated replacement, is the Kuomintang's vice chairman and secretary-general.

    Taiwan's Premier Resigns in Aftermath of Storm

  • Symbolically, he is taking on the Kuomintang's entire legacy.

    Catching The Corrupt

  • The Kuomintang's Ma Ying-jeou, the front runner, would ease restrictions on investment and travel between Taiwan and the mainland — restrictions that cramp Taiwan's economy.

    A Cooling Trend In One of the Most Dangerous Hotspots

  • Chen pointed Middleton toward Liu Tai-ying, who heads the Kuomintang's business arm, and their meeting took place on Aug. 1.

    Calling All Lawyers

  • While the previous Democratic Progressive Party government was firmly opposed to gambling, the aide said the ruling Kuomintang's position on this issue had softened in recent years.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The poll also revealed dissatisfaction with the performance of the ruling Kuomintang's overwhelming majority at the Legislative Yuan.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • She said the next president of Taiwan - either the Democratic Progressive Party's Frank Hsieh or the Kuomintang's Ma Ying-jeou - could lessen tensions between China and Taiwan.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The Kuomintang's chairman, Wu Po-Hsiung, had initially claimed 87 seats for his party and its allies, but final results gave his side 85 seats.

    Taiwan's KMT Wins Big

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