In a recent interview discussing the ongoing trade talks with Taiwan, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai dismissed the chances of a free trade agreement that would involve traditional tariff liberalization. At the same time, Taiwanese officials and scholars continue to hope and call for a traditional trade agreement with market access commitments of the kind rejected by Tai.

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