Taiwan steps up control measures amid China-U.S. trade friction
Taipei, June 2 (CNA) Taiwan's government is reinforcing measures to manage imports and exports amid rising trade friction between China and United States, which has reportedly prompted Chinese companies to sell products to the U.S. via third locations, including Taiwan, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Sunday.
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