U.S. Urges China to Halt ‘Provocative’ Flybys Near Taiwan

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Oct.04 — The U.S. has called on China to halt what it calls “provocative pressure” on Taiwan. This comes after a record number of daily incursions by Chinese warplanes. Taiwan’s defense ministry says Chinese aircraft conducted 16 flights near the territory on Sunday after 39 on Saturday and 38 on Friday. Bloomberg’s Samson Ellis reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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