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Taiwan sees limited impact from Ukraine war on chip supply chain

Taiwan expects little impact from the war in Ukraine on the supply of key raw materials for semiconductors, the government said on Saturday. Taiwan is a major chip manufacturer, home to the world&#...

Taiwan moves to stabilize prices amid war in Ukraine

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Cabinet is studying measures to stabilize prices, including diversifying oil and gas suppliers and purchasing wheat, corn, and soybeans earlier, reports said Saturday ...

Taiwan raises egg prices, keeps prices for animal feed stable

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Eggs were becoming more expensive, but the government was stabilizing the prices of animal feed to help farmers and food processors, reports said Friday (Feb. 11). The ...

Taiwan forms Ukraine task force

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) told the National Security Council (NSC) Friday (Jan. 28) to form a task force to monitor developments in Ukraine. Commentators have drawn ...

TSMC chairman calls on Taiwan to speed up move toward carbon neutrality

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan needs to hurry to catch up with the global trend toward net-zero carbon emissions, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) Chairman Mark Liu (劉德音) said Tuesda...

Taiwan vice premier sees no water and power problems for new TSMC plant

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A secure water and power supply for leading chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s (TSMC) new plant in Kaohsiung City will not be a problem, Vice Pre...

CRIF Taiwan holds forum on building resilient ESG sustainable industries

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The CRIF High Mark Credit Information Services’ Taiwan branch, China Credit Information Service (CRIF Taiwan), held a forum entitled “Building Environment Soci...

Taiwan's foreign talent recruitment bill passes preliminary reading

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — After a preliminary reading, the Legislative Yuan on Monday (May 10) approved a proposed amendment to an act that aims to lower requirements for foreign white-collar profe...

Taiwan continues push to localize supply chains

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — With the success of its 5 nanometer process, Taiwan is planning on keeping the technology required for the more sophisticated 3 and 2 nm processes in the country as well. ...

Creative Expo Taiwan opens for believers

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – 2021 Creative Expo Taiwan opened on Friday (April 16) at Taipei's Huashan 1914 Creative Park with the themes of beliefs and collective power. Related events will op...

Taiwan legislator warns of security risks from China-made teaching aids

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Legislator Huang Kuo-shu (黃國書) of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has cautioned against purchasing smart teaching aids from China that he fears could pose cybersecu...

AIT says US-Taiwan chip supply chain cooperation a priority

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Director William Brent Christensen said Thursday (March 25) that Taiwan has been a “trusted manufacturer of semiconductors,”...

Facebook launches talent cultivation program for Taiwan university students

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Facebook has launched a program to help university students in Taiwan improve their digital skills. On Wednesday (March 24), the social media giant announced it is intr...

Taiwan premier: No cabinet reshuffle after Lunar New Year holiday

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Premier Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) reiterated on Saturday (Feb. 6) that there is no plan for a partial cabinet reshuffle, amid rumors that two top positions relating to pandemic...

Taiwan's digital ID plan halted

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Premier Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) announced the halt of a new electronic ID (eID) plan until various technical issues have been resolved so as to clear up any doubts about pote...