The U.S. Biden administration is considering a digital trade agreement to compete with China in the Indo-Pacific region
On July 12, the U.S. major general telecommunications "Bloomberg" is considering a digital trade agreement targeting countries such as Japan, Canada, and Australia in order for the U.S. Biden administration to compete with China in the Indo-Pacific region. According to the people familiar with the matter, the agreement may include the use of regional data, trade facilitation, and electronic customs rules. They also noted that it shows the Biden administration's interest in seeking new trade opportunities, not just to counter China. The specific progress has not been clarified yet at this stage.
Source: Sankei Biz ”The U.S is Considering a Digital Trade Agreement to Compete with China in the Indo-Pacific Region”（July 13, 2021）（link available in Japanese only）
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