Taiwan unveiled its largest defense spendING increase in more than a decade yesterday amid rising military tensions with China. President Tsai Ing-wen's cabinet signed off on an 8.3 percent increase in military spending for the year starting January to US$13.11 billion (HK$102 million), its largest...

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