At talks in Washington on Friday, US and Taiwan representatives signed a “memorandum of understanding” to buttress connections in health care, semiconductors and energy sectors and enhance supply-chain security. Photo: Reuters At talks in Washington on Friday, US and Taiwan representatives signed a “memorandum of understanding” to buttress connections in health care, semiconductors and energy sectors and enhance supply-chain security. Photo: Reuters
At talks in Washington on Friday, US and Taiwan representatives signed a “memorandum of understanding” to buttress connections in health care, semiconductors and energy sectors and enhance supply-chain security. Photo: Reuters

US and Taiwan sign up for stronger economic ties, rankling Beijing

  • Memorandum of understanding include efforts to buttress connections in health care, semiconductors and energy sectors and enhance supply-chain security
  • Taiwan hopes to build on the framework with the next administration, but it’s unclear how a President Biden would handle the relationship with Taipei

Topic |   Taiwan
At talks in Washington on Friday, US and Taiwan representatives signed a “memorandum of understanding” to buttress connections in health care, semiconductors and energy sectors and enhance supply-chain security. Photo: Reuters At talks in Washington on Friday, US and Taiwan representatives signed a “memorandum of understanding” to buttress connections in health care, semiconductors and energy sectors and enhance supply-chain security. Photo: Reuters
At talks in Washington on Friday, US and Taiwan representatives signed a “memorandum of understanding” to buttress connections in health care, semiconductors and energy sectors and enhance supply-chain security. Photo: Reuters
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