Column written by Neil Hare: If the United States is island shopping, it is time to forget about Greenland and take a look at the island nation of Taiwan, that sits literally and figuratively in the middle of U.S.-China relations.
Written by TACC CEO, Neil Hare: G7 meeting in Biarritz will focus on reducing inequality throughout the world – a commendable goal. One of the first places the G7 nations should look to achieve a tangible result to this end is the Taiwan islands with normal international status.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen departed Thursday for a four-country state visit to the Caribbean with stops in the United States on the way there and back.
The Cabinet on Thursday approved three projects to boost investment in Taiwan by providing new incentives estimated to increase investment by NT$1.75 trillion (US$5.65 billion) and create 104,000 jobs in the country over the next three years.
Over 200 animal lovers and animal rights activists in Taipei joined thousands around the world on Sunday to commemorate an annual international event that raises awareness of animal rights.
GENEVA (AP) — The United States is backing calls for Taiwan to be granted observer status at the U.N. health agency’s biggest annual gathering, the U.S. health secretary said Monday.
FTSE Russell plans to hire dozens of employees in Taiwan in the coming year, turning the island into a strategic hub. The index compiler, a unit of London Stock Exchange Group Plc, aims to increase its Taiwan-based workforce to 100 from 35 currently by next April, managing director Susan Lin said in an interview.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday unanimously backed legislation supporting Taiwan which faces military and diplomatic pressure from China as members of the U.S. Congress push for a sharper approach to relations with Beijing.
Taiwanese businessman and presidential hopeful Terry Gou has met with US businessman and current President Donald Trump, and received this advice: Being president is a tough job.
A landmark trade mission from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) arrived in Taiwan on Monday to build ties and explore business opportunities in the agricultural sector, according to the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT).