More than 63% of Taiwanese consumers disagree with government's decision to ease ban of U.S. meat products, survey says; 26.5% accept decision
June 11, 2012
– According to poll results released by Taiwan Indicators Research Survey, 63.4% of Taiwanese consumers disagree with the government’s decision to ease the ban on imports of U.S. meat products, The Taipei Times reported June 11.
Only 26.5% of consumers accepted the decision, the survey stated.
Also, the survey found that 67.3% feel it’s necessary for Taiwan to seek trade agreements with foreign countries, while 18% think otherwise.
The primary source of this article is The Taipei Times, Taipei, Taiwan, on June 11, 2012.