Taiwan Future Tech Expo to open in December

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Future Tech Exposition (FUTEX 2019) is set to open on Dec. 5 and run through Dec. 8 at the Taipei World Trade Center, with a focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and ...

Taiwan's GDP expected to grow 2.45% in 2020: think tank

On the back of expectations of eased trade tension between the United States and China, Taiwan, an export- oriented economy, is likely to see its gross domestic product (GDP) growing 2.45 percent in 2...

Taiwan small and medium enterprises see steady growth

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – In a document disclosed by the Ministry of Economic Affairs on Tuesday (Nov. 5), small and medium enterprises in Taiwan are said to have shown steady growth in 2019, while...

Founder ‘not surprised’ at record-high TSMC share prices

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Morris Chang (張忠謀), founder of the world leading semiconductor foundry TSMC, expressed no surprise at the company’s record-setting stock price, which spiked at NT$30...

Taiwan's Institute for Information Industry signs MoU with Tokyo City University

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Hoping to facilitate exchanges in technology research, Taiwan's Institute for Information Industry (III) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Friday (Oct. 25)...

Delta Electronics to team up with Singapore's JTC in Industry 4.0

Delta Electronics Inc., a leading Taiwanese power management system, will team up with Singapore's JTC Corp. to build an Industry 4.0 ecosystem. Delta Electronics, which has sent a delegation t...

Family Mart Taiwan opens second smart convenience store

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — After 7-Eleven Japan Co. announced Monday (Oct. 21) that it had decided to shorten operating hours at some of its locations due to Japan's labor crunch, store operator...

Slovak governor visits Taiwanese city of Hsinchu

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The governor of the province of Trnava in Slovakia visited Hsinchu City Thursday, expressing the hope for economic cooperation between the two areas. Jozef Viskupic sai...

President Tsai reaffirms commitment to Taiwan’s semiconductor industry

President Tsai Ing-wen said Sept. 19 that the government is committed to developing Taiwan’s semiconductor industry to ensure the country remains one of the top investment destinations for high-...

Taiwan president vows to work with industry leaders to promote semiconductors

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) met with representatives of domestic and overseas semiconductor enterprises on Thursday (Sept. 19), pledging to continue working with the priv...

Taiwan exports up 2.6% year-on-year in August

Taiwan's exports rose by more than 2 percent from a year earlier in August, reversing a 0.5 percent decline seen a month earlier, largely on the back of the peak-season effects in the global elect...

Taiwan to develop smart defenses at full speed

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan has kicked off a 10-year program to develop smart defense technologies incorporating artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), 5G cellular network...

Micron gets green light for NT$66 billion investment in Taiwan plant

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- After announcing on Monday (Aug. 26) that it was building a new plant coded A3, U.S.-based dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chip maker Micron Technology Inc. today (Aug. 28)...

Micron's Taichung plant in central Taiwan expected to be ready in 2020 Q4

Micron Memory Taiwan Co., a subsidiary of U.S.-based dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chip maker Micron Technology Inc., said Monday that construction of a new plant coded A3 is scheduled to be com...

Taiwan company shows off violin played via machine learning

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Taipei Industrial Automation Exhibition is being held at Taipei’s Nangang Exhibition Center this week. At the event’s opening on Aug. 21, one display th...