Taiwan's badly battered ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) will need to buckle down and work on boosting the economy in order to win back voters, say party insiders and analysts.
It would also do well to listen more to the people when implementing reforms, and moderate its approach if necessary, they add.
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