Taiwan-Japan relations will remain robust in post-Abe era: Experts

Many Taiwanese have been sharing a photo from Mr Shinzo Abe's Instagram of him holding a box of pineapples from Taiwan. PHOTO: SHINZO ABE/INSTAGRAM
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TAIPEI - As Taiwan mourns former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe's death, some worry that his passing would rock the friendly relationship that Taiwan has enjoyed with Japan.

Experts, however, think the rapport between Taipei and Tokyo remains firm.

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