U.S. president signs Taiwan Travel Act despite warnings from China
Washington, March 16 (CNA) U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday signed the Taiwan Travel Act, a bill that encourages visits between government officials of the United States and Taiwan at all levels, despite strong opposition from China.
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