U.S. concerned over Taiwan's meat import ban, wants its removal
Washington, Feb. 28 (CNA) The United States has once again raised concerns over Taiwan's bans on its pork and beef products, highlighting the issue in its "2018 Trade Policy Agenda and 2017 Annual Report" filed by the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), and refocusing attention on what has been an obstacle to the two countries signing a free trade agreement.
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