A smuggling scandal implicating Taiwan’s presidential bodyguards has engulfed China Airlines after the island’s largest carrier revealed huge quantities of duty-free cigarettes were routinely sold to staff accompanying the island’s leader on visits overseas.The scam, which was unveiled earlier this week, appears to date back years, covering both President Tsai Ing-wen’s administration and her predecessor Ma Ying-jeou.Taiwan’s intelligence chief resigned this week after it emerged that an agent…



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