The historic summit between the mainland China’s President Xi Jinping and his Taiwanese counterpart Ma Ying-jeou could have taken place up to a year earlier had it not been for a row over alleged espionage, according to Taipei’s former top negotiator on cross-strait issues.
President Xi Jinping and Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou met in Singapore on November 7, 2015, to discuss cross-strait issues in the first such meeting of their leaders since the Chinese civil war ended in 1949.
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