[unable to retrieve full-text content]Taiwan paved the way for an eventual free trade deal with the United States on Friday by announcing an easing of restrictions on the import of beef and pork as the island looks to boost ties with Washington at a time of tensions with China.Taiwan has long sought a free-trade agreement with the US, its most important supporter on the international stage, but Washington has complained about barriers to access for pork and beef. Taiwan said that was for health grounds, especially with concerns…
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