EU slaps China, Taiwan with steel anti-dumping duties

BRUSSELS - The European Commission has imposed anti-dumping duties on steel products from China and Taiwan to stop them flooding Europe's struggling steel market. The Commission said Friday that an investigation has confirmed that Chinese and Taiwanese ... ( read original story ...)

Visits to B.C. surge, particularly from Taiwan

On June 8, there will be a lot more capacity on the route when Air Canada launches inaugural non-stop daily flights between Taipei and Vancouver. Business in Vancouver explored the growth in non-stop flights between Vancouver and Greater China (Taipei ... ( read original story ...)

Visitation to B.C. surges, particularly from Taiwan

On June 8, there will be a lot more capacity on the route when Air Canada launches inaugural non-stop daily flights between Taipei and Vancouver. Business in Vancouver explored the growth in non-stop flights between Vancouver and Greater China (Taipei ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan to continue to pursue closer ties with regional partners

Taiwan will continue to pursue and strengthen economic cooperation with its neighbors in the Asia-Pacific following U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Presidential Office said Tuesday. Officials ... ( read original story ...)

Tsutaya rental chain opens first ‘book cafe’ in Taiwan

TAIPEI – Tsutaya Co., a major Japanese movie and music rental and bookshop chain, will open its first “book cafe” in Taiwan on Tuesday, company officials said Monday. The Tsutaya Bookstore in Xinyi, Taipei’s newest trend-setting commercial district ... ( read original story ...)