US Backs Taiwan's APEC Role

Poster:Post date:2018-09-27
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations),(Regional Issues)
(Taipei Times/CNA) Despite China's attempt to ban Taiwan from participating in the November APEC meeting in Papua New Guinea, the U.S. and other APEC members support Taiwan's participation in APEC according to a U.S. official. US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and Ambassador for APEC Matthew Matthews said that Taiwan receives support from APEC members because Taiwan is a valuable participant in APEC and has a lot to contribute in reducing investment and trade barriers in the region. <Accessed 2018-09-28>   
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