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Biden's Asia policy

Harris calls for stronger supply chain cooperation with ASEAN

US VP heads to Hanoi after health incident potentially linked to Havana Syndrome

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris attends a supply chain roundtable Aug. 24 in Singapore.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON -- U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris called for closer cooperation with Southeast Asian nations on supply chains in her meetings with Singaporean officials Tuesday, as the pandemic disrupts production in the region.

The vice president wrapped up her two-day visit to Singapore and headed to Vietnam Tuesday evening. Her departure was temporarily delayed over concerns due to an unexplained health incident in Hanoi potentially related to Havana Syndrome.

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