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After Smart Cities, Taiwan Looks to Nurture Smart Towns and Villages

12 Nov 2018

With the success of its intelligent urban-space initiatives internationally recognised, Taiwan is now digitally enfranchising its smaller communities, with a string of innovative healthcare, transport...Read More

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Taiwan Revises its Food Allergen Labeling Regulations

6 Nov 2018

On August 21, 2018, the Taiwan Drug and Food Administration (TFDA) issued a new regulation governing food allergen labeling on packaged food, which comes into effect on July 1, 2020. Some foods contai...Read More

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Taiwan Adopts OECD Tax Data Sharing Protocols but Stays Non-Member

22 Oct 2018

Concerned over possibly being condemned as something of a rogue tax regime, Taiwan has implemented the Common Reporting Standard despite not being a paid-up member of the Organisation for Economic Coo...Read More

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Taiwan: Market Profile

5 Oct 2018

Taiwan is an important market in regional and global trade and investment. It is an export-dependent economy of 23 million people with a skilled workforce. As a relatively open and liberal economy, Ta...Read More

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Taiwan Businesses Fear Being Caught in China-US Trade War Crossfire

18 Sept 2018

As the on-going US-China trade war looks set to go up several gears, Taiwan is keen to put contingency plans in place as the rift between two of its primary overseas markets threatens to imminently un...Read More

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Smart City Summit Paves Way for Taiwan's Future Digital Island Dream

13 Sept 2018

Looking to make something of a virtual landgrab in the smart city space, Taiwan's hosting of the recent Smart City Summit & Expo has been seen as something of a cyber-stopping-off point en route to th...Read More

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Taipei Game Show Expands as Developers Woo Chinese-Language Players

5 Sept 2018

Now in its 16th year, the Taipei Game Show is looking to consolidate its role as one of the most important events in the sector in Asia and beyond, with its 2018 innovations including a Girl Gamer Zon...Read More

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Taiwan Set to Be Nuclear-Free and Wind-Power-Reliant by 2025

23 Aug 2018

Capitalising on the high wind speeds recorded around its coast, Taiwan is midway through an ambitious off-shore wind-farm development programme, with local and overseas businesses vying for a place on...Read More

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Taiwan Rattled by Unilateral Mainland Wooing of Talent and Businesses

18 July 2018

Back in February, when the mainland unveiled 31 measures designed to lure Taiwan's best businesses and brightest minds, no one predicted the impact they have had on the territory's commercial sector a...Read More

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Taiwan Bans Barium Salts and Tightens Cadmium Content Restrictions in Cosmetic Products

10 July 2018

Following publication of draft regulation No. 1061606708 on September 28, 2017, the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) published official notice no. 1071601490, banning the manufacture, import...Read More

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Further Southbound: Taiwan Expands Pan-Asia Building Initiative

5 July 2018

With the addition of five new flagship programmes and plans to target the cross-border e-commerce, tourism and infrastructure development sectors, Taiwan has a lot riding on the success of Tsai Ing-we...Read More

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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 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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