Chen–Chiang summit

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7th Chen–Chiang Summit in Tianjin between ARATS and SEF in October 2011

Chen–Chiang summit[1] (陳江會談) or sometimes Chiang–Chen summit (江陳會談)[2] are a series of meetings between the Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) of the Kuomintang and the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS) of the Communist Party of China. The summit deals with Cross-Strait relations. SEF is represented by Chiang Pin-kung, while ARATS is represented by Chen Yunlin.


Non-summit meetings[edit]

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  1. ^ "" Taoyuan Airport City ready for takeoff. Retrieved on 2009-12-23.
  2. ^ "" 江陳會談今登場 兩會協商代表出列. Retrieved on 2009-12-23.