Washington, June 20 (CNA) Ho Mei-yueh (???), a national policy advisor to President Tsai Ing-wen (???), said Tuesday during a visit to a U.S. trade event in Washington that Taiwan hopes to foster its "strategic partnership" with the U.S. through investment and trade exchanges.
Leading a delegation that is the second-largest to the Select USA Investment Summit, Ho said that over 140 representatives from 84 Taiwanese businesses could introduce a combined investment of US$34 billion to the U.S.
Ho also expressed hope of a stronger strategic partnership between Taiwan and the U.S.
She said she had discussions with relevant officials about a variety of issues.
Among the U.S. officials she met was Matthew Pottinger, the senior director for Asian affairs at the National Security Council.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel