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International relations

US urges closer supply chain ties with Taiwan at China's expense

EU and Japan join American forum in Taipei on cooperation with 'like-minded partners'

Brent Christiansen, director of the American Institute in Taiwan, left, bumps elbows with Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu at a forum Friday in Taipei. (Photo courtesy of AIT)

TAIPEI -- The de facto U.S. embassy in Taiwan hosted a forum here Friday on supply chains with the European Union and Japan, calling for new frameworks for economic cooperation with an eye toward shutting out China.

Participants at the event held by the American Institute in Taiwan agreed on the need to team with trustworthy partners to build new, more resilient supply chains for economic development.

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