US-Taiwan Trade Agreement Coalition Formed

Paul Greaney
By Paul Greaney
September 17, 2020NTD Business

The U.S.-Taiwan business council is launching a new coalition to advocate for a new bilateral trade agreement. An agreement would benefit the United States economically by removing tariffs on American products. It would also benefit both parties politically. The United States is fostering closer ties with Taiwan as U.S.-China relations deteriorate. We asked the president of the U.S.-Taiwan business council, Rupert Hammond-Chambers, what hurdles lie ahead.

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