U.S. business group voices concern over Biden arms sales approach to Taiwan
Taipei, June 10 (CNA) A U.S. business group issued a statement Thursday questioning U.S. President Joe Biden's arms sales policy for Taiwan, in response to the recent announcement of a fourth Taipei-bound arms package approved by the administration containing naval spare and repair parts.
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