Taiwan signs $576M wheat deal with United States

Taiwan has once again agreed to purchase a large share of U.S. wheat over the next two years, with most of it coming from Idaho, North Dakota and Montana. Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and Taiwanese milling industry officials signed the $576 million ... ( read original story ...)

PSI Opens Office in Taiwan

PSI Health Development Co. Ltd. is located at Level 37 , TAIPEI 101 TOWER, No. 7, Sec.5, Xinyi Road, Taipei 110, Taiwan (Photo: Business Wire) “We are excited about the PSI office opening,” says Ava Lu, PSI’s Clinical Operations Manager in Taipei. ( read original story ...)

Taiwanese firms seek PH aquaculture business opportunities

TEN Taiwanese companies will visit the Philippines next week to explore business opportunities in the country’s aquaculture market, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) said. According to TAITRA, the visit of the Taiwanese firms here ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan conditionally lifts import ban on Japanese beef

TAIPEI – Taiwan has conditionally lifted a 16-year-old ban on beef imports from Japan, clearing a major roadblock in negotiations on an economic partnership agreement. The Executive Yuan, the executive branch of Taiwan’s government, said on its website ... ( read original story ...)

uberTAXI set to launch in Taipei next month

Taipei, Sept. 19 (CNA) Uber Technologies Inc., a U.S-based ride-sharing company, announced on Tuesday it will share its App technology with two Taiwanese taxi service providers in a bid to re-enter the local market with a new business model. There will be ... ( read original story ...)

Korea welcomes more business visitors from Taiwan

In July, around 300 Taiwanese business events and tourism industry leaders had the opportunity to chat with their Korean counterparts at two special roadshows hosted by the KMB; the first in Taipei on July 11, the second in Kaohsiung on July 13th. ( read original story ...)