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Cablegate: Departure of Director

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FM AIT TAIPEI
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 7101
INFO RUEHFSC/USOFFICE FSC CHARLESTON IMMEDIATE 1886

UNCLAS AIT TAIPEI 002307

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EAP/TC BREMNER;
DEPARTMENT PLEASE PASS TO AIT/W

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TAGS: AMGT APER OTRA TW
SUBJECT: DEPARTURE OF DIRECTOR

REF: A. TAIPEI 2121

B. 09/26/2007 E-MAIL FROM JENNIE BONO (EAP/EX)

1. Director Stephen M. Young departed AIT for Honolulu on
Wednesday, October 10 at 1510 local time.

2. Deputy Director Robert S. Wang has assumed Charge.
WANG

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