Taiwan-U.S. trade talks touch on supply chains, vaccine production
Taipei, June 30 (CNA) Taiwan and the United States held bilateral trade talks Wednesday on issues that included the strengthening of supply chains, market access for U.S. pork producers, and the possibility of Taiwanese companies serving as authorized manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccines.
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