WASHINGTON DC – National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) Vice President for International Tax Policy Anne Gordon today issued the following statement:
“The activity of Congress this week on Taiwan is a great move towards formalizing relations with one of our closest allies in the Indo-Pacific region. The NFTC has always welcomed increased engagement from Congress internationally in support of the U.S. economy. Reducing double taxation is an important step towards ensuring that U.S. and Taiwanese companies can do business in both markets. We encourage Congress to continue their work on a path forward to increased economic cooperation with Taiwan.”
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