Taiwan voices hope for trade deal after economic talks with US

Taiwan has expressed confidence in a trade deal with the United States, after Taipei and Washington held talks on strengthening their economic relationship in the face of increasing pressure on the island from China.

Joseph Wu, speaking to reporters in Taipei, said on Saturday that he expected the incoming government of US President-elect Joe Biden to support a long sought-after bilateral trade agreement, given bipartisan support for the move among legislators in Washington.…

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