Since the two Chinas have never formally ended China's Civil War, are businessmen...?

... on either side of the Strait who help develop industry in "the other China" guilty of treason for aiding and abetting the enemy?

Could they be charged and executed for doing so?

Might it be better if the two China's signed a treaty first, before engaging in widespread economic cooperation?
Update: @Richard m - I agree with your summation, but the fact remains that the two governments are still at war, and there are 1500 missiles and a threat of invasion very much alive in the politicking of the PRC. If it's really over, then stand down the missiles, sign a peace treaty, and retract this bull crap statement... show more @Richard m - I agree with your summation, but the fact remains that the two governments are still at war, and there are 1500 missiles and a threat of invasion very much alive in the politicking of the PRC. If it's really over, then stand down the missiles, sign a peace treaty, and retract this bull crap statement from the PRC's constitution: "The Chinese people must fight against those forces and elements, both at home and abroad ["abroad"??? That very much contradicts the "non-interference" clause found later, don't you think? (see below)], that are hostile to China's socialist system and try to undermine it. Taiwan is part of the sacred territory of the People's Republic of China. It is the lofty duty of the entire Chinese people, including our compatriots in Taiwan, to accomplish the great task of reunifying the motherland."

Non-interference:
"China adheres to an independent foreign policy as well as to the five principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity
Update 2: China adheres to an independent foreign policy as well as to the five principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-aggression, non-interference in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence in developing diplomatic relations and... show more China adheres to an independent foreign policy as well as to the five principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-aggression, non-interference in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence in developing diplomatic relations and economic and cultural exchanges with other countries
Update 3: @T.L. Ruivo - Yes, I am familiar with ECA, and the illegal implementation of it.
Update 4: The nouveau-KMT has put the cart before the horse.
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