Central Bank of China name-change plan

Taiwan's Premier Yu Shyi-kun has said that the government will continue to push a proposal to change the names of state-owned enterprises, including the Central Bank of China, to include the word "Taiwan."

The premier made the remarks when he was fielding questions in the Legislative Yuan. CNA News said President Chen Shui-bian recently advocated including "Taiwan" in the names of its overseas missions and state-owned enterprises to highlight a separate national identity from mainland China.


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