Latest figures on China's coronavirus outbreak

Latest News Taiwan goes 11 days without new coronavirus case https://t.co/dqzFET914e pic.twitter.com/B9Cf4lfDf8 — Taiwan News (@TaiwanNews886) May 18, 2020 #Taiwan considers allowin...

UK plans to cut reliance on China for strategic goods

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly embarked on plans to reduce the U.K.’s reliance on China for medical supplies and strategic goods. The move, p...

Taiwan should seize chance to push for greater cooperation with US, Europe: ISTI director

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan is positioned to gain firm footing in the global supply chain with de-sinicization set to take hold in the post-coronavirus era. Taiwan's strengths in a vari...

Wuhan virus finally alters global perceptions of the PRC: William Stanton

Twenty-nine years ago, on April 18, 1991, I delivered an informal talk at the Hoover Institution about the People's Republic of China (PRC), which I recently found among my papers. What surprised ...

Coronavirus catalyzes decoupling from China in supply chains

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — De-Sinicization in global supply chains, driven by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, is happening fast, according to Taiwan's economic experts. The health crisis...

Pandemic will change world order, bring about 'de-Sinicization': Ex-Chinese diplomat

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Yuan Nansheng (袁南生), vice president of the China Institute of International Relations, on Wednesday (April 29) said in an interview with Beijing-based Finance and Economic...

Insider Q&A: 'Everyone will suffer' from US-China spat

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two months ago, the United States and China signed an interim “Phase 1'' trade deal, signaling a cease-fire in the trade war between the world's two biggest economies. China agreed t...

Province at China virus's center lets some companies reopen

BEIJING (AP) — The province at the center of China’s virus outbreak is allowing factories and some other businesses to reopen in a show of confidence that Beijing is gaining control over the disease t...

Should Taiwan establish Asia's first Green Deal?

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The European Union (EU) repositioned itself as a world leader on climate issues last December by announcing the European Green Deal and the goal to become climate neutral ...

Chinese officials lash out at US over new legislation

BEIJING (AP) — Chinese officials lashed out at the U.S. on Wednesday over recent legislation passed by Congress criticizing Beijing for its policies in Hong Kong and the Xinjiang region in western Chi...

European diplomats call for NATO political unity

BERLIN (AP) — Top diplomats from Germany and Norway are pushing back at questions about NATO’s relevance, saying the alliance needs political cohesion to succeed. Speaking at a forum...

China warns US investment curbs would hurt global growth

BEIJING (AP) — China warned Monday that possible U.S. moves to limit investment ties would disrupt the global economy following a report the Trump administration might be considering options including...

US-China trade war could lead to global recession

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Economist Nouriel Roubini, known for his accurate prediction of the 2008 financial crisis, believes the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China may cause another global re...

Trump, Xi hit reset button on trade but long slog awaits

WASHINGTON (AP) — Once again, Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping have hit the reset button in trade talks between the world's two biggest economies, at least delaying an escalation in tension betw...

Taiwan's cable companies can no longer use semiconductors from China in TV boxes

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan’s National Communication Commission (NCC) has just adopted new restrictions on cable TV box components which will forbid the use of semiconductors or wafers m...