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Taiwanese investments in Philippines reach US$640 million

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Total Taiwanese investment in the Philippines has reached US$640 million (NT$17.9 billion), with ever more firms keen to get in on the action in the southern neighbor&rsqu...

Taiwan’s Far Eastern Group bows to China after hefty fines

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Douglas Hsu (徐旭東), chairman of Taiwan-based Far Eastern Group, has said he opposes formal Taiwan independence following the high-profile, politically-driven punishment of ...

Taiwan president condemns Chinese sanctions against Far Eastern Group

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — China should immediately stop its arbitrary sanctions against Taiwanese businesses operating in the country, as they will only drive both sides further apart, President Ts...

Chinese punishment set to drive Taiwanese businesses home

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan is expected to see a wave of returnee investment spurred by Beijing's politically motivated sanctions on Far Eastern Group, said Taiwanese business expert Hsieh...

Lithuania's former Supreme Council chairman visits newly opened Taiwan representative office

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Lithuania’s former Supreme Council chairman, Vytautas Landsbergis, on Thursday (Nov. 18) visited the Taiwanese Representative Office in Lithuania after it officially...

New Philippine envoy to Taiwan aims to bring two countries 'closer together'

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The new Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) chairman, Wilfredo B. Fernandez, has vowed to bring the Philippines and Taiwan “closer together.” The new...

Taiwan maintains positive image in Thailand

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Taiwan Asia Exchange Foundation (TAEF) on Wednesday (Oct. 20) released its investigative report on the image of Taiwan and Taiwanese businesses in Thailand, showing th...

Taiwanese businesses flourish from demand for laptops from recycled materials

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — As major personal computer (PC) brands recycle their products and work with exclusive renewed material suppliers in what is becoming the new norm, Taiwan businesses must s...

UK-Taiwan trade meeting focuses on cooperation in energy and technology

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The 24th annual U.K.-Taiwan Trade Talks were held on Monday (Oct. 18) with the aim of further deepening bilateral trade partnerships in fields such as energy, agriculture,...

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen's National Day speech (Full Text)

TAIPEI (Central News Agency) — Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) delivered her National Day address on Sunday (Oct. 10), pledging to defend Taiwan's sovereignty and democracy amid "un...

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...

Power restrictions will force Taiwan companies to upgrade or depart China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Power cuts in China will cause Taiwan businesses to either upgrade to more energy efficient manufacturing processes or leave the market altogether, corporations say. ...

Taiwan business groups request Vietnam’s support for CPTPP bid

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A group of Vietnam-based Taiwan business leaders will submit a document to the Vietnam government on Monday (Oct. 4) to request the country support Taiwan’s bid to e...

China orders its energy companies to shore up reserves with winter coming

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Chinese authorities have issued an order to the country’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to shore up supplies for the coming winter at all costs. The order was gi...

Impact of Chinese power cuts on Taiwanese firms remains to be seen: Official

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — It’s too early to tell the extent to which Taiwanese businesses will be affected by China’s widening power shortages, according to Taiwan’s economic auth...