Taiwan must try harder to prevent money laundering: Premier Lai

Passing the APG's evaluation in 2018 will put Taiwan more in line with international standards on cash flow transparency, which in turn will benefit Taiwanese financial institutions and entrepreneurs that want to do business abroad, Lai said. He said ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan, Japan sign two MOUs at economic and trade conference

medical exchanges and intellectual property rights. On the controversial issue of lifting the ban on food products from five radiation-affected prefectures in Japan, Lin Ching-hung (林慶鴻), deputy secretary-general of the Taiwan-Japan Relations ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan-Russia workshop to develop two-way cooperation

Taipei, Nov. 22 (CNA) The first ever Taiwan-Russia joint technology transfer workshop was held on Wednesday in Taipei to introduce advanced Russian technology to Taiwanese academics and businesses searching for cooperative opportunities. Speaking during ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Spreads Industrial Transformation Wings

For example, the smart machinery project is centered in Taichung, the heartland of Taiwan’s machine tool industry ... is that new industries may become too clustered in the one city. Also, key companies could already be headquartered elsewhere. ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Finds A Way Into The World Climate Dialogue Despite China

When Taiwan tried to get into U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change last year, officials in Taipei figured why not. Their government had a constitution, armed forces and a foreign ministry, all hallmarks of a country like any other signatory to the ... ( read original story ...)