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Although Late to the Party, Taiwan's Mobile Payments are Set to Soar

15 May 2018

Although only legislatively opening up to mobile-payment operators three years ago, Taiwan has now seen the emergence of a number of domestic processing businesses, while also attracting the world's l...Read More

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Domestic and Global Backing Sees Taiwan set to Become AI Powerhouse

17 April 2018

Together with government funding of US$330 million, many of the world's hi-tech businesses, including Google and Microsoft, are looking to invest in Taiwan as it bids to become a truly global Artifici...Read More

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Taiwan: Market Profile

11 April 2018

Hong Kong’s total exports to Taiwan in 2017 increased to US$11.46 billion, a 19.9% increase compared to the previous year. In 2017, Hong Kong’s imports from Taiwan rose to US$42.27 billion, a year-on-...Read More

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Taiwan Looks to Take a Lead in 5G Readiness at European Mobile Expo

26 March 2018

While many exhibitors and attendees at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) were keen to learn more details of the looming 5G rollout, the Taiwanese contingent was determined to demonstrate its mas...Read More

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Economic Uptick Sees Taiwan Traders Enjoy Chinese New Year Windfall

13 March 2018

With the territory's economy having bounced back during the course of 2017, even before the official figures have been released, it has been assumed that Taiwan's caterers, retailers and tourism opera...Read More

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New Go South Initiative Sees Taiwan Look to Super-Serve Halal Sector

7 March 2018

With trade still notably down with mainland China, Taiwan has looked to make up the continuing shortfall by targeting emerging opportunities within the ASEAN bloc, with the halal-food sector seen as o...Read More

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Innovation in Taiwan's Tourism Sector Rises as Mainland Visitors Fall

9 Feb 2018

With relations between Beijing and Taipei taking something of a turn for the worse following the 2016 elections, Taiwan's tourism sector has had to rapidly reinvent itself after the number of mainland...Read More

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Taiwan Prohibits the Use of Safrole and 14 Other Substances in Cosmetics

19 Jan 2018

The Food and Drug Administration in Taiwan (TFDA) published notice No. 1061608566 on December 8, 2017, banning the importation, manufacture, sale and distribution of cosmetics containing Safrole and 1...Read More

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Amended Innovation Act Poised to Transform Taiwan's Industrial Sector

8 Jan 2018

Now on its third reading, Taiwan's long-gestating Industrial Innovation Act is set to boost the territory's high-tech sector with investor incentives, stronger IPR protection, increased land availabil...Read More

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Taiwan and Hong Kong Set for Windfall from Mainland's 30-Year Plan

11 Dec 2017

When President Xi outlined ambitious plans to transform China's economic base by 2050 at this year's National Congress in Beijing, his words had a particular significance for many of the businesses op...Read More

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Taiwan Eco-ban Targets 1.5 Billion Cut in Per Annum Plastic Bag Usage

24 Oct 2017

With its 15-year-old ban on free plastic bags set to be extended to a wider range of retail sectors as of January next year, Taiwan is looking to confirm its on-going reputation for environmental resp...Read More

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Taiwan: Visa on Demand

28 Sept 2017

This page provides general information about entry permit requirements for Taiwan. As the application requirements might change from time to time, please check with Taipei Economic and Cultural Office...Read More

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Taipei's Fashion and Frappuccino Outlets Set to Woo Lost Shoppers

15 Sept 2017

With the rise of e-commerce resulting in falling footfall in high-street cosmetics and fashion boutiques, the Taiwanese capital is the latest city to bet on a coffee-culture brand extension as a way o...Read More

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Zipcar Launches in Taiwan Prior to Wider Expansion Across SE Asia

23 Aug 2017

Following its successes throughout North America and Europe, the popular car-sharing service tests the water in Taipei as it looks to bring its high-tech approach to congestion-busting to a number of ...Read More

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New Food Labelling, Insurance and Origin Tracking Rules Announced

21 July 2017

Taiwan's Ministry of Health and Welfare to introduce seven new food-safety regulations this month....Read More

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Hong Kong and Taiwan's Alignment Boosted by Joint Economic Priorities

16 June 2017

The importance attached to the Belt and Road Initiative and the New South-bound Policy has given new impetus to the commercial ties between Taiwan and Hong Kong, with their complementary nature set to...Read More

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Pop-up Container Malls Boosting Taiwan's Tourism and Start-up Sectors

9 June 2017

Malls constructed from shipping containers have seen areas of unused land transformed into thriving commercial centres...Read More

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Taiwan's Mobile Payments Sector Still Lacks Mainstream Uptake

29 May 2017

While their SE Asian neighbours have embraced mobile payments, Taiwanese consumers remain unconvinced....Read More

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Taiwan's Machinery Sector Bids for Wider Global Recognition

15 May 2017

Long eclipsed by the territory's successes in the electronic information and semi-conductor sectors, Taiwan's machinery industry is keen to stake its claim as a global export success story and a world...Read More

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Disruptive Innovation Builds New Industry Chains

11 May 2017

As the innovation and evolution of global cloud computing, big data, and artificial intelligence technologies progress, the appearance of humanity's digital life is changing. Technology evolution has ...Read More

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