Taiwan Steps Up Control Measures Amid China-U.S. Trade Friction

Poster:Post date:2019-06-04
Region:(Taiwan),(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement),(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations)
(CNA, By Chiu Po-sheng and Evelyn Kao)
The Ministry of Economic Affairs on Sunday responded to reports that Chinese companies are using third party locations, such as Taiwan, to bypass duties while selling products to the United States. The MOEA maintained that the increase in Taiwan’s exports to the U.S. was due to the U.S.’s economic growth and an increase in its consumption of Taiwanese exports of information, communication, and audio-video products. The MOEA also insisted that it was working with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Transportation to ensure the close management of imports and exports. <Accessed 2019-06-04>  
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