TAIPEI, May 29 (GCTL) - Taiwan's government says it will allow the export of hundreds of strategic hi-tech goods to the mainland if exporters can prove that North Korea or Iran will not be their final destinations.
The list of proscribed cross-strait shipments was introduced in 2006 amid concerns Iran and North Korea might use Taiwan as a transshipment point for goods and materials that could be used to produce weapons of mass destruction.
The Economics Ministry in Taipei said on Monday that radar, optical equipment, astronomical instruments and precision machine tools are among nearly 400 items that will now be allowed for China export.
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