Taiwan Will Not Veer from Transition Goals Under New Premier

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Taiwan's new premier sent a signal that the left-of-center Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) government will not change its ambitious energy transition policies, despite a major Cabinet reshuffle, by signing a three-year NT$74.3 billion (US$2.47 billion) energy decarbonization plan on his first day in office Jan. 31.

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