El Salvador’s President-elect Nayib Bukele (centre) is said by one of his close aides to be ready to reassess his country’s relationship with China after it abandoned Taipei last year. Photo: EPA El Salvador’s President-elect Nayib Bukele (centre) is said by one of his close aides to be ready to reassess his country’s relationship with China after it abandoned Taipei last year. Photo: EPA
El Salvador’s President-elect Nayib Bukele (centre) is said by one of his close aides to be ready to reassess his country’s relationship with China after it abandoned Taipei last year. Photo: EPA
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El Salvador’s president-elect to reassess ties with Beijing less than year after diplomatic switch from Taipei

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El Salvador’s President-elect Nayib Bukele (centre) is said by one of his close aides to be ready to reassess his country’s relationship with China after it abandoned Taipei last year. Photo: EPA El Salvador’s President-elect Nayib Bukele (centre) is said by one of his close aides to be ready to reassess his country’s relationship with China after it abandoned Taipei last year. Photo: EPA
El Salvador’s President-elect Nayib Bukele (centre) is said by one of his close aides to be ready to reassess his country’s relationship with China after it abandoned Taipei last year. Photo: EPA
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