Taiwan's NIA beefs up screenings on entries by Chinese associated with CPC

Taiwan's National Immigration Agency (NIA) has strengthened its screening of entry permit applications by Chinese nationals affiliated with the Communist Party of China (CPC) over the past year to...

Taiwan fuel prices to hike again on Monday

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwanese state-run petroleum refiner CPC Corp announced on Sunday (May 24) that retail prices for gasoline and diesel will go up by NT$ 0.5 (US$0.017) and NT$0.8 per lite...

Taiwan fuel prices to rise for third straight week

Taiwan's two major fuel suppliers announced price hikes Sunday for a third consecutive week as international crude oil prices continued to rebound in global markets. State-run oil refiner CPC C...

Taiwan to see largest gas price hike in 8 years on Monday

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A hike in fuel prices, the largest in eight years, will come into effect from 12 a.m. on Monday (May 11), according to a Sunday press release from Taiwanese state-run petr...

Taiwan should form a cross-ministerial digital committee: I-Mei CEO

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan should form a cross-ministerial digital committee to integrate the government’s digital capabilities, I-Mei Foods Co. CEO Luis Ko (高志明) told Business Today in...

More cyberattacks expected in run-up to Taiwan’s presidential inauguration

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan is expected to experience an increase in the number of malware attacks as the country gears up for President Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) swearing-in on May 20. De...

Taiwan’s Formosa Petrochemical gas stations hit by malware attack

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A day after top oil refiner CPC Corp., Taiwan became the target of a malware attack, its privately held competitor, Formosa Petrochemical Corp., suffered a similar ordeal,...

Taiwan's CPC suffers malware attack, experiences system outage

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — State-run oil refiner CPC Corp, Taiwan on Monday (May 4) confirmed it has suffered a malware attack, resulting in gas stations across the country being unable to accept pa...

Beached ship harms local marine fauna in N. Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A CPC Corporation (CPC) work vessel that had been beached on March 28 at the coast in Datan, an industrial borough in northern Taiwan, was found to have destroyed a vast a...

Fuel prices in Taiwan fall to lowest point in 20 years

Taiwan's two major fuel suppliers announced cuts Sunday to their diesel and gasoline prices this week, dropping domestic fuel prices to their lowest level in 20 years. Effective from midnight S...

Taiwan warns against nationals working for CPC-affiliated agencies

Taiwan warned Friday (April 18) of legal action against Taiwanese citizens working for China-based media outlets with links to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), after an incident that came to light a...

Gasoline prices in Taiwan to fall to lowest in 17.5 years

Taiwan's two major fuel suppliers announced cuts Sunday to their diesel and gasoline prices this week, dropping domestic gasoline prices to their lowest level since September 2002. The state-ru...

Gas pumps across Taiwan to see country's biggest price drop on Monday

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — People who are thinking about filling up today might as well wait until tomorrow to enjoy the biggest oil price drop the country has ever seen. In response to the tumbl...

Ministry of Transportation to provide subsidies to taxis in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — To minimize the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) on Taiwan's economy, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) announced Thursday (March 12) ...

1st shipment of carbon-neutral LNG arrives at Kaohsiung

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The CPC Corporation (CPC), Taiwan's state-owned petrochemical company, announced the arrival of a shipment of carbon-neutral liquefied natural gas (LNG) at Kaohsiung&#...