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Taiwan eyes closer U.S. tech ties, island's top trade body says

TAITRA chief lists EVs, metaverse among areas for cooperation

James Huang, chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council, says a planned trip to the U.S. in October will "serve as soft-power diplomacy for Taiwan." (Photo by Lauly  Li) 

TAIPEI -- Taiwan aims to forge closer ties with the U.S. on electric vehicles, the metaverse and next-generation communication technologies as Washington pushes to bring supply chains onshore, the island's top trade promotion organization said.

The government-backed Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), will host its first-ever expo in Washington in October to showcase Taiwan's tech capabilities, James Huang, chairman of the council, told Nikkei Asia in an interview.

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