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Indo-Pacific

U.S. scores small wins during trade czar's Indo-Pacific tour

Tai makes bid for new order in visits to Japan, South Korea and India

 U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai addresses the Geneva Graduate Institute.    © Reuters

NEW YORK -- U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai wrapped up her visit to the Indo-Pacific on Tuesday, a trip that aimed to lay the groundwork for a new trade order with like-minded countries.

In her first journey to Asia as U.S. President Joe Biden's trade czar, Tai met her counterparts from India, South Korea, and Japan, countries that rank among America's top ten trading partners.

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