By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, May 22 (Reuters) - The United States has no immediate plans to negotiate a free trade pact with Taiwan, but is eager to discuss other ways to expand economic ties, a top U.S. trade official told reporters on Monday. "Let me just stress, people who hold out this FTA (free trade agreement) idea forget there's a tremendous amount that can be done to strengthen and deepen investment relations without ... an FTA and we want to do that," deputy U.S. Trade ...
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