President Tsai Ing-wen vowed to improve Taiwan’s investment environment by countering corruption as part of the government’s bid to pursue clean governance.
Tsai made the remarks during a meeting with a delegation comprising officials hailing from anti-corruption agencies of the island’s Latin American allies on April 24, reported Central News Agency. Dignitaries she received included Guatemala’s Attorney General Thelma Aldana and Belize’s Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte.
Over the years, Taiwan has signed mutual legal assistance agreements with Honduras and Guatemala, as well as police cooperation agreements with Belize and the Dominican Republic, noted Tsai, laying the foundations for further exchanges between the island and Latin American countries on the anti-corruption front.
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