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U.S. Chamber backs broader use of APEC data standards in trade talks with Japan

December 06, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is calling for broader use of interoperability standards and privacy protections laid out by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation for cross-border data flows, in a proposal to the Trump administration for trade negotiations with Japan.

“While the U.S. and Japan are generally well aligned on principles around the digital economy, it is important to consider that any U.S.-Japan trade agreement will have considerable potential to set global standards for cooperation in support of the digital economy,”...

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