* FTAs seen bringing Taiwan economy out of isolation * China trade deal used as springboard * Beijing not expected to protest FTAs By Ralph Jennings TAIPEI, March 26 (Reuters) - Taiwan has leveraged its goal of a landmark trade deal with China to open talks with Japan, the United States and other powers on free trade deals expected to boost the long-isolated island economy, officials said on Friday. Appealing to countries that have been barred by Taiwan's political rival China from ...
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