The white paper released Wednesday says China’s reunification with Taiwan will not harm the interests of other countries, including its economic interests on the island.
The document, titled “The Taiwan Question and China’s Reunification in the New Era,” was jointly prepared and published by the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China.
Beijing regularly publishes “white papers” on various issues to clarify its policy on the specific issue of the hour.
It is noteworthy that after Beijing’s reunification with the island, all interested countries can continue to develop economic and cultural relations with the island.
The document also states that the level of Taiwan’s economic development with advanced industry and foreign trade is relatively high, and after the reunification of the economic cooperation mechanism across the Taiwan Straits will become more perfect with more vigorous development with unlimited access to the mainland China market and stable production and supply chains.
Beijing also pledges that as long as the sovereignty, security, and development interests of the People’s Republic of China are maintained, Taiwan will be able to enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a Special Administrative Region, as well as the social order and lifestyle of Taiwanese citizens will be respected.
Moreover, Private property, religious beliefs, and the legitimate rights and interests of the people will be respected, and the island will be fully secured, according to Beijing.