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Taiwan-U.S. Economic and Trade Relations

Minister without Portfolio John Deng was invited by AmCham Taiwan to speak on U.S.-Taiwan economic and trade relations at a special luncheon held on October 22. AmCham Taiwan is one of the most impactful international business organization in Taiwan, with about 1,000 members from more than 500 companies in the global business community.

Minister Deng emphasized the strong and stable trade and investment relations between Taiwan and the U.S., especially the complementary nature in the areas of semiconductors and IC products. Minister Deng also highlighted some positive signs of further strengthening bilateral ties, including bipartisan Congressional support for a U.S.-Taiwan trade agreement, the high-level visits to Taiwan and responses from senior U.S. officials. These developments can serve as a solid foundation for improving U.S.-Taiwan relations.

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