The United States unveils a new 6.5 ha complex in
Taipei for the American Institute in Taiwan, the "de facto" U.S. embassy.
The United States unveiled a new $256 million representative office in Taiwan's capital on Tuesday, a de facto embassy that underscores Washington's strategic ties with the democratic, self-ruled island as it faces escalating tensions with China.
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