Taiwan to allow banks to sell gold, silver coins from China
TAIPEI, March 18
TAIPEI, March 18 (Reuters) - Taiwan will allow local banks to sell gold and sliver coins from China, the island's Financial Supervisory Commission said on Tuesday.
The move comes amid deepening ties in cross-strait relations, it said in a statement.
Trade and financial ties between Taiwan and China has gathered steam since Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou took office in 2008. A slew of trade pacts have been signed since then. (Reporting by Michael Gold; Editing by Richard Borsuk)
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