U.S. government urges top 500 firms to engage in business with Taiwan

Three government agencies in the United States have sent a joint letter to America's top 500 enterprises, encouraging them to take advantage of the business opportunities offered by Taiwan through shared values and a strong bilateral relationship. "Taiwan plays a key role in the international trading system, and U.S. states and businesses have had robust ties with Taiwan for many decades," says the letter, which was signed by David Stilwell, assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Ian Steff, deputy assistant secretary for manufacturing in the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration; and Ken Isley, administrator of the Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service.

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