Mainland lifts ban on Taiwan-based enterprise Skyla

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BEIJING, July 13 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese mainland will, with immediate effect, lift restrictive measures on the Taiwan-based medical enterprise Skyla, which used to donate money to organizations in connection with "Taiwan independence" separatists, a mainland spokesperson said Thursday.

Chen Binhua, a spokesperson with the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, made the remarks in response to a media query regarding the restrictive measures launched in August 2022 against Skyla and three other Taiwan-based enterprises namely Speedtech Energy, Hyweb Technology and SkyEyes GPS Technology. All four enterprises have donated money to organizations related to "Taiwan independence."

The restrictive measures prohibit mainland organizations, enterprises or individuals from any transaction or cooperation with the four above-mentioned enterprises. Heads of these enterprises are also banned from entering the mainland.

Skyla has provided explanatory materials on multiple occasions to show that its donation was due to mismanagement, Chen said, adding that the enterprise's head had recently clarified his stance of supporting the "1992 Consensus" and opposing "Taiwan independence."

The relevant authorities on the mainland have thus decided to lift restrictive measures on Skyla since it "has gained a deep understanding of its mistake and expressed a correct stance regarding the cross-Strait relationship," the spokesperson said.

"We firmly oppose die-hard elements seeking 'Taiwan independence' and their funders making profits on the mainland," Chen said, noting that the restrictive measures on the other three enterprises will remain. Enditem

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