The author reviews the treaty rights afforded U.S. corporations and individuals operating in Taiwan under present agreements and compares them with rights afforded non-treaty countries doing business in Taiwan. The author's extensive examination reveals that, while present treaties appear to formally secure diplomatic relations, a severance thereof will not cause a great disruption of trade and investment between the U.S. and the Republic of China.
Preston M. Torbert,
The Legal Status of United States Corporations and Individuals in Taiwan If United States--Republic of China Dipolmatic Relations Were Severed,
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