Pelosi addresses Taiwan parliament in visit

STORY: Pelosi addressed the Taiwanese parliament where she said the U.S. chip bill would offer a good opportunity for U.S.-Taiwan cooperation in the chip industry. She also said she wanted to increase parliamentary exchanges with Taiwan.

Pelosi is due to meet with Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen later on Wednesday and the two will later have lunch together, the presidential office said.

Pelosi, travelling with six other American lawmakers, is the most-senior U.S. political leader to visit Taiwan since 1997.

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