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Taiwan’s U.S. Friendship Comes With Benefits — And China’s Wrath

Two senior U.S. officials have visited Taiwan since August, one to discuss the pandemic and the other to attend a funeral. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Undersecretary of State Keith Krach were the highest-ranking U.S. officials to travel to Taiwan on business since 1979, when Washington cut relations with Taipei and recognized …

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Trump Says “very torn” On China Deal As Officials Push to “Phase 1” Trade Agreement

President Trump criticized China failing to hold up its end of the trade deal on Friday and say he was “very torn” about whether to end the so-call Phase 1 U.S-China trade deal, even top trade officials from both countries pledged to press ahead with implementing it despite coronavirus economic wreckage. Almost 1.3 million in …

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