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Ma may accept DPP recommendations

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- President Ma Ying-jeou may accept recommendations the Democratic Progressive Party would make in the wake of its "national policy conference," his spokesman Wang Yu-chi said yesterday.

In response to harsh DPP panning, Wang said the Ma government pays heed to conclusions reached at the two-day meeting, where Tsai Ing-wen, DPP chairwoman, described the president as "out of touch" with the public.

"The President certainly attaches importance to decisions taken at such a meeting," Wang said. "So long as they are good and constructive," he added, "they will be taken under consideration when policies are being laid down."

In particular, Wang said, the government welcomes recommendations on how to prepare a comprehensive economic cooperation arrangement between Taiwan and China.

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