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Nan Shan

(ˈnæn ˈʃæn)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in N central China, mainly in Qinghai province, with peaks over 6000 m (20 000 ft)
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Qi•lian Shan

(ˈtʃiˈlyɑn ˈʃɑn)

n.
a mountain range in W China, bordered between Qinghai and Gansu provinces.
Formerly, Nan Shan.
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Social media behemoth Facebook officially opened its new Taiwan headquarters on the 35th floor of Nan Shan Plaza in Taipei's Xinyi District on Thursday (April 11).
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Taiwana[euro](tm)s financial supervisory commission (FSC) on Thursday gave its final approval to the USD2.2bn (EUR1.55bn) acquisition of US insurer AIGa[euro](tm)s (NYSE:AIG) local unit Nan Shan by Ruen Chen group, after the buyer had met all imposed conditions.
The group has also been asked to keep TWD30bn in cash or assets in a custodian account for the next 10 years and put its entire stake in the unit, Nan Shan Life, in trust for 10 years.
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Wang Shih-jung, a 71-year old policyholder of AIG's Nan Shan unit and a former trade representative for Taiwan in Switzerland, told Reuters he has set up a company to make a bid if an existing $2.2 billion bid from a China-based firm is rejected by Taiwan regulators.
TAIPEI: American International Group Inc (AIG) (AIG.N) said on Tuesday it was confident of getting the regulatory nod for its $2.2 billion sale of Taiwan unit Nan Shan Life to a group led by China Strategic (0235.HK) and had no plans to sell the asset to any other party.