A Conversation with Neil Hare, President & CEO of the Newly-Created Taiwanese-American Chamber of Commerce. TACC strives to provide its… Read more
Bells in Taiwan rang out at 11 a.m. Sunday, as the country joined the rest of the world in commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
The newly formed Taiwanese-American Chamber of Commerce (TACC) will host a cocktail reception and panel discussion on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at TACC headquarters, 1315 K Street, NW, to commemorate its launch.
Join us at an evening reception to commemorate the launch of TACC. The evening will begin with a panel discussion entitled, “The Future of U.S.-Taiwan Trade Relations.” Register Now
The seventh U.S. Business Day was staged Oct. 4 in Taipei City, generating US$168.3 million in opportunities for Taiwan and U.S. firms and further strengthening the economic partnership between the two sides, according to Taiwan External Trade Development Council.
President Tsai Ing-wen said Oct. 2 that Taiwan and Wyoming enjoy robust relations and there is enormous potential for the two sides to expand mutually beneficial exchanges across an array of areas.
NEW YORK (October 2, 2018) –Taiwan Tourism Bureau will be transforming one MTA S train to highlight the majestic beauty of Taiwan. The train will be wrapped to showcase the beautiful and diverse landscape of Taiwan, as well as the friendliness of the Taiwanese people.
Taipei, Oct. 3 (CNA) Siemens Gamesa, a Spanish company that provides renewable energy solutions worldwide, on Wednesday signed two separate deals with Taiwanese companies to procure components for a wind power project in Taiwan.
Amazon periodically wows a city somewhere in the world by opening an innovation center that lets startups get immersed in its cloud services. Amazon Web Services, or AWS for short, agreed in 2016 to open one center in Busan, South Korea, and it operates two regional ones in China. The Seattle-based e-commerce giant delighted a suburb of Taipei on August 10 with its latest one.
TOKYO — St. Vincent and the Grenadines cherishes its bond with Taiwan and has no intention of abandoning bilateral diplomatic exchanges even under pressure from mainland China, the Caribbean nation’s leader told Nikkei.
St. Vincent will continue to have relations with Taipei, Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves said in an interview here on Monday.