Taiwan to discuss supply chains with U.S. next week amid auto shortage

Staff wear protective masks at the Volkswagen assembly line Wolfsburg Germany, April 27, 2020. Swen Pfoertner/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan Economy Minister Wang Mei-hua will hold a virtual meeting with the United States next week to discuss supply chains, with semiconductor firms present, her ministry said on Friday, amid a global shortage of chips used by automakers. The State Department said Deputy Assistant Secretary for Trade Policy and Negotiations Matt Murray… Continue reading Taiwan to discuss supply chains with U.S. next week amid auto shortage