The Democratic Progressive Party, the opposition in Taiwan, yesterday rejected the agreements reached during talks with Beijing as too little and insignificant. DPP lawmakers also criticised the mainland for adopting a two-pronged tactic in dealing with the Kuomintang government under President Ma Ying-jeou. 'On the one hand, it holds talks with the KMT government to pacify it, but on the other hand, it starts to deploy new model Dongfeng-15 ballistic missiles in Leping county in Jiangxi to aim at Taiwan,' said Lai Ching-teh, DPP legislative caucus head, referring to Taiwanese media reports on the missile deployment. DPP legislator Lee Chun-yi said: 'What kind of goodwill is it if [the mainland] doesn't remove its old missiles and deploys new missiles aimed at Taiwan?' DPP international affairs director Lin Cheng-hui demanded that Mr Ma and Mainland Affairs Council chairwoman Lai Shin-yuan clarify whether the Straits Exchange Foundation had the government's authorisation to agree to set up offices with the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait and joint development of oil resources in the strait.