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Officials from the United States and Taiwan held the second round of negotiations for the U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st Century Trade this week in Taipei, and delivered some results that a Taiwanese top official said he is "quite satisfied with."
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the annual defense spending bill, which includes a number of provisions that address various China trade and economic issues. The Senate is expected to vote on the bill this week.
Government officials from the U.S. and Taiwan met this week to discuss the U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st-Century Trade. The negotiation is still at the early stages, although a timeline set by Taiwanese officials earlier this year indicated that some agreements could be reached by the end of
On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, the U.S. and Taiwan will hold meetings in New York City on the U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st-Century Trade.
Taiwan's trade officials said that while they are still working on finalizing the time and place of the first formal round of trade negotiations with the United States, bilateral talks "through every means" are happening at the same time, and that "early harvest lists" are expected to be reached by
At a think tank event yesterday, trade experts discussed issues related to trade with Taiwan, including Chinese economic coercion, U.S.-Taiwan trade talks, and the CPTPP. The Hudson Institute event was moderated by Riley Walters of Hudson, and featured Abby Fu of Hudson, Wendy Cutler of the Asia Society
Taiwanese government officials and representatives of tech companies visited the United States last week to boost bilateral collaboration on 5G, semiconductors, and renewable energy. The Taiwanese government estimated that the trip would generate nearly 1 billion USD worth of R&D investment and new orders for Taiwanese businesses.