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Vietnam's Bamboo Airways to open Taiwan routes in 2019


Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways has announced plans to launch 37 flight routes by the end of 2019 connecting major cities of the Southeast Asian nation to international destinations.

Taiwan maintains global leadership in IC wafer fab capacity


Taiwan maintained its global leadership in integrated circuit 200mm-equivalent wafer fab capacity for the fourth consecutive year, according to U.S.-based IC Insights Inc.

AIT: Taiwan is a 'super-innovator' in technology, digital economy


The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) published a Facebook post Thursday describing Taiwan as a “fellow super-innovator.”

Japan open to Taiwan's CPTPP bid, urges it to solicit more support


The Japanese government welcomes all countries that can accept the principles and standards of a Japan-led international economic bloc, Taiwan included, and has called on Taipei to solicit support from other economic bloc members, a Taiwanese diplomat said Thursday.

Tsai: government will undertake 3 key tasks to bolster Taiwan's SMEs


President Tsai Ing-wen attended a New Year gathering of national small and medium enterprises (SMEs) Tuesday, where she said the government is to undertake three key industry-bolstering tasks.

Taiwan to launch one satellite a year over the next decade


Over the next decade, Taiwan will launch at least one satellite a year under a NT$25.1 billion (US$814.5 million) government plan, Minister of Science and Technology Chen Liang-gee (陳良基) said Wednesday.

Taiwan’s south bound tourism policy attracts rising numbers of visitors from Australia


Taiwan’s south bound tourism policy has seen good results in 2018 as more than 100,000 people from Australia visited Taiwan last year, Taiwan’s Tourism Bureau said.

Taiwan President calls for support to polish ‘Made in Taiwan’ brand


The government of Taiwan will seek to provide assistance to Taiwanese businesses relocating back home in a bid to promote the “Made in Taiwan” label, amid turbulent times marked by trade conflict, President Tsai Ing-wen pledged Monday.

Taiwan ranks 20th in 2018 International IP Index


Taiwan ranked 20th in the international intellectual property (IP) index issued Thursday by the Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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