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How will the trade pact change China-Taiwan relations?

09:23 UK time, Tuesday, 29 June 2010

China and Taiwan have signed a historic trade pact, seen as the most significant agreement since civil war split the two governments 60 years ago. Do you welcome it?

The Economic Co-operation Framework Agreement (ECFA) removes tariffs on hundreds of products. It could boost bilateral trade that already totals $110bn (£73bn) a year.

Correspondents say that, economically, the deal favours Taiwan but that Beijing hopes for political gains in its long-standing unification campaign.

Do you live in China or Taiwan? Who stands to gain from the new trade pact? Do you have any concerns about the deal?

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