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US Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Ma Ying-jeou praises the stable relations between Taiwan and the United States, the Republic of China (Taiwan) President Ying-jeou confirmed MA on August 23 and the strong relations between Taiwan and the United States and called on it to strengthen further bilateral exchanges at various levels. Since I took office in May 2008, the low-key and surprise-free attitude of the Government with regard to the promotion of Taiwanese American relations has won respect and built successful mutual trust", said Ma. The President made this statement during a reception at the Presidential Office in Taipei City, the American representative Judy Chu and Madeleine Bordallo, chairwoman of the Deputy of the US Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus. Ma said that the close relations between Taiwan and America were highlighted by its better than expected"treatment during his recent travels through in New York and Los Angeles, while his charted diplomatic visit to the allies in Paraguay and four Caribbean Nations. "I was impressed by the rank level of receiving officials and the warmth of the reception, which my delegation being shown, as well as the range and depth of the issues which I have discussed with US politicians." Ma said that his meetings and phone calls with a variety of American lawmakers, confirmed that the Government on the right track was to promote their efforts, regional security and peace. Sea, the signing of the Taiwanese Japanese fishery agreement and the peaceful settlement of the fishing boat incident include the peace initiative in the East China with the Philippine Government. "The healthy state of the Taiwan United States relations is still supported by Taiwan's purchase of weapons worth US$ 18.3 billion by the United States, opening for American beef imports, and the continuation of bilateral talks under...
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Partnership Agreement "" Service trade pact between the two sides of the Taiwan Street nearing completion the Mainland Affairs Council "of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (MAC) announced on May 27, 2013, that Taiwan and mainland China shortly before the signing of a trade agreement on services in the wake of the cross-straits economic cooperation framework agreement" (ECFA), would be. "This Pact is the first directly related to the ECFA and the General Agreement on trade in services of the World Trade Organization" be standing, free trade agreement between Taiwan and mainland China. Signed this important Pact gives a strong message that Taiwan seeks a further liberalisation of the trade of the world. "It is also the way for Taiwan, a more important role in regional economic agreements, such as the trans-Pacific Partnership" and the regional comprehensive economic partnership ", to take. The Minister of the MAC, Wang Yu-chi, made these remarks during a press conference in Taipei City and gave details about the progress of negotiations known between the two sides. The agreement will deepen the trust between Taipei and Beijing and strengthen relations with each side of the Taiwan Strait. It will also pave the way for smooth negotiations of other pacts, such as, for example, agreement for trade in services and dispute resolution. According to the MAC, the negotiations for the agreement were recorded in February 2011. There were already ten meetings between organization representatives of both sides in the past two years. "The signing of the Pact, which now represents the 19th between Beijing and Taiwan, is expected in mainland China during the 9th round of talks between officials of the Taiwanese Straits Exchange Foundation" and the mainland Chinese side, the Association for relations across the Taiwan Straits ", take place. Trust worthy sources according to it says...