Rejecting U.S. pork could hurt Taiwan's CPTPP bid: Tsai
Taipei, Nov. 16 (CNA) The passage of a referendum seeking to ban pork imports containing ractopomine, which largely come from the United States, could undermine Taiwan's bid to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) as it could be interpreted as a lack of determination to embrace free trade, President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said Tuesday.
(Full text of the story is now in CNA English news archive. To view the full story, you will need to be a subscribed member of the CNA archive. To subscribe, please read here.)
More free COVID-19 rapid tests for kids to be handed out in July06/27/2022 03:51 PM
Ukraine to sport Kaohsiung Steelers logo at FIBA World Cup qualifiers06/27/2022 03:13 PM
Taiwan reports 28,580 new COVID-19 cases, 91 deaths06/27/2022 02:46 PM
Taiwan shares close up 1.60%06/27/2022 02:13 PM
Taiwan, U.S. to hold first trade initiative meeting on Monday: USTR06/27/2022 02:07 PM