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50 US Senators Call for Trade Deal Talks With Taiwan

Fifty bipartisan U.S. senators called on the Trump administration to start negotiating a bilateral trade agreement with Taiwan, as part of growing efforts by lawmakers to impose tougher U.S. action against the Chinese regime. The group of 42 Republicans and eight Democrats on Oct. 1 sent a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, citing Taiwan's record as a longstanding U.S. economic partner and security ally as a reason to begin the process of negotiating a comprehensive trade agreement. "We are confident that a U.S.-Taiwan trade agreement would promote security and economic growth for the United States, Taiwan and the Indo-Pacific as a whole," the Read More From Source

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