Taipei in push to reduce energy imports

TAIPEI:Taiwan is currently “99 per cent dependent upon energy imports”, according to officials in Taipei but a new energy policy promulgated in 2016 by the president Tsai Ing Wen’s government aims to sharply reduce dependence upon imported energy ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan’s president pledges stronger defense to counter China

Beijing has rattled its neighbors including Taiwan, which communist mainland leaders claim as their territory, as well as Japan and South Korea by sending military aircraft close to their airspace in recent months. "China's attempt to expand militarily in ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan stages sci-tech show, promoting AI development

The island's scientific and technological affairs authorities have recently announced an investment of 16 billion new Taiwan dollars ($537 million) to develop AI technology in the coming five years. The plan includes constructing AI research centers and ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan president warns China against military aggression

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said on Friday China’s military ambitions are becoming more apparent and tension between Taiwan and the mainland must not be resolved through military force. Tsai has faced increasing hostility from China ... ( read original story ...)

US Tax Cuts Entice Taiwan Firms

“At the 2017 Summit, Taiwan’s business delegation was not only the largest ever from Taiwan but also the second largest of all foreign delegations, with 140 participants from 83 companies. This consistent level of support demonstrates the strong ... ( read original story ...)