The Kuomintang said it was relying on loans but had found people to support its presidential candidate Han Kuo-yu on the campaign trail. Photo: Reuters

Taiwan’s Kuomintang opposition party says it’s struggling to pay staff amid asset freeze

  • It says it is relying on loans for salaries because of measure put in place by government as part of investigation into ill-gotten assets
  • Committee handling probe responds to ‘fake information’, saying the party had income last year of US$13.77 million that had not been frozen
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The Kuomintang said it was relying on loans but had found people to support its presidential candidate Han Kuo-yu on the campaign trail. Photo: Reuters
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