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Apr 24, 2008

Morning links

The Liberty Times reports that the DPP will scrap a policy which excluded blue voters from its own primary-related polls.

The Taipei Times: President-elect Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) said he would present a revised budget to the legislature by July to facilitate new government policies.

Again, the Taipei Times: A group of Aboriginal people who reside mainly in the area between Hualien and Nantou counties were recognized yesterday as the Sediq, the country’s 14th distinct indigenous group.

The China Post: "The Council of Agriculture (COA) has revamped major agricultural policies, including raising the production of rice and feed corn and growing wheat for food, to cope with skyrocketing grain prices and a possible international food shortage."

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