Taiwan marks 200 days without domestic COVID-19 infection
553 cases and just seven deaths recorded, but island continues to record new cases as people arrive from abroad.
Taiwan, China trade accusations after staffers brawl in Fiji
Fight erupted when Taiwanese tried to stop Chinese diplomats from taking photos of guests at the reception marking Taiwan’s national day.
Taiwan’s smart machines key to ‘smart factories’ of the future
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China warns US over US-Taiwan economic talks
…to avoid serious damage to China-US relations and ‘peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait.’
Barring Taiwan from WHO a ‘serious’ health concern: Canada, US, allies
Letter says Taiwan’s early success at controlling the pandemic qualifies it for a seat at the World Health Assembly meetings.
China pushes back against efforts to get Taiwan access at WHO
Canada and other nations have called on the WHO to give Taiwan observer status at an upcoming meeting.
Panasonic leaves semiconductor business with Taiwan sale
Its chipmaking has struggled in recent years amid competition from cheaper rivals in South Korea and the rest of Asia.
Taiwan’s Tsai says China threatens regional peace, stability
China pushing to internationally isolate the self-governing island democracy it claims as its own territory.
Foxconn giving US$100M to UW Madison for partnership
This marks the largest industry research partnership in university history.
Taiwan company plans $9.4B chemical complex in Louisiana
Project is expected to provide 1,200 permanent jobs with average salaries of $84,500.
Foxconn, assembler of iPhones, eyes Wisconsin for plant
Michigan also in the running for facility that could employ 5,000.
Taiwan seeks to revive aerospace fortunes with jet trainers
The push to develop equipment to counter military and diplomatic pressure from China.
Taiwanese “Star Wars” fan finds dream job crafting realistic lightsabers
The 32-year old sells his realistic blades for up to $400.
Taiwan, Thailand join deal to end tariffs on over 200 tech products
Annual trade in the 201 products covered by the deal is valued at over $1.3 trillion.
[Video] Taiwan lawmakers brawl ahead of vote on nuclear plant referendum
If passed, the island’s fourth nuclear power plant could become operational by 2016.
Taiwan tech industry gears up to meet growing challenge from Samsung
Taiwan’s smartphone, memory chip and display panel makers suffered sagging exports.
Red tape puts BC LNG export strategy at risk: Fraser Institute
Report calls for a further streamlining of overlapping regulations and environmental reviews.
Foxconn resumes work after massive worker brawl
Up to 2,000 involved at Apple iPhone supplier’s Taiyuan, China plant.
US seeks $1B fine, long prison terms in LCD price fixing
Largest criminal antitrust case surpasses the break-up of a vitamin cartel in the late 1990s.