WASHINGTON – On Monday, April 4, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai will arrive in Singapore for meetings with government officials and stakeholders. During her trip, Ambassador Tai will look to strengthen the U.S.-Singapore trade relationship and identify areas of cooperation through the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework. The Framework is a key piece of the Biden-Harris Administration’s Indo-Pacific strategy, and it will deliver concrete, economically meaningful benefits to the region.
Additional details on specific meetings will come at a later date. Ambassador Tai will return to the United States on Wednesday, April 6.