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2015-08-07
From Strength to Strength! InvesTaiwan reaches a new milestone in investment and recruitment
The Ministry of Economic Affairs will be hosting a 5th-anniversary ceremony for the Executive Yuan’s InvesTaiwan Service Center on August 7, 2015, to express its appreciation to all those involved in making the center such a success over the years. The ceremony will also mark the unveiling of a new ...
2015-08-07
Premier expects impartiality and procedural justice in curriculum review
The Executive Yuan respects and supports the consensus reached by the ruling and opposition legislative caucuses Tuesday on the high school curriculum guideline, Premier Mao Chi-kuo said today. He thus enjoined the MOE to immediately activate the curriculum review committee for the senior high schoo...
2015-08-07
Government aims for higher-quality tourism
Raising the quality of tourism services and making Taiwan a global tourism powerhouse is a core policy for the transformation of the nation’s economic constitution, Premier Mao Chi-kuo said today.Mao made these remarks at today’s Cabinet meeting after hearing the Ministry of Transportation and Commu...
2015-08-06
Executive Yuan commends students for ending protests peacefully
The Executive Yuan commends students and activists for concluding their protest at the Ministry of Education (MOE) in a peaceful and rational manner, Executive Yuan Spokesperson Sun Lih-chyun said today.As for the controversy surrounding the adjustments to the high school curriculum guidelines, the ...
2015-08-06
Food safety task force looks into bottled water and egg products
The Executive Yuan’s food safety task force met today to review progress on investigations into bottled water and egg products, saying that regulators have been cracking down on problematic businesses and making sure products meet food safety standards. The task force also asked regulators to increa...
2015-08-06
Smart meter policy remains unchanged
The smart meter installation project is implemented by 3 phases and rolling review is conducted since "Smart Grid Master Plan" policy was approved by the Executive Yuan in September 2012. Every high voltage consumer (24,123 consumers) and 10 thousands residential households have installed smart mete...
2015-08-06
Actively Promoting Green Energy, BOE Announced Its Third Upward Adjustment of the Targets for Renewable Energy by 1.5 Times.
In spite of the limited contribution to daily operating reserve from renewable energy due to its intermittency, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) makes all-out effort to develop renewable energy.The MOEA raised the renewable energy target to 17,250 MW for 2030, which is its third upward adjust...
2015-08-06
Conference on Next Generation Power in Asia: Further Cooperation between Taiwan and the U.S. on Accelerating Development of Green Industry
After a one-and-a-half-day discussion, the Conference on Next Generation Power in Asia, held by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan and American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), has been successfully closed on May 13, 2015. The participants from different parties highly recognized...
2015-08-06
[Rail/Bus/Bike] The Guanshan Town Circle Bicycle Path
A significant milestone in the development of Taiwan's cycling culture was the creation of the island's first bicycle-only route, the Guanshan Town Circle Bicycle Path, in Taitung County in 1997. Guanshan is a rural township at the southern end of the East Rift Valley, an awe-inspiring 180-kilometer...
2015-08-06
Package Plant Export for Rail Industry with the Help of MOEA
Taiwan possesses the capabilities of manufacture, assembly and even design in the rail industry, including civil construction, electricity supply, signals, carriages, brakes, telecommunication, and information sub-systems. However, the driving force to integrate and organize is lacking. After one ye...
2015-08-06
MOEA Mission Reaps US$25 Billion in New Commitments
The MOEA’s 2015 Taiwan-USA Industrial Cooperation Mission, led by Dr. Ming-ji Wu, Director General of the Industrial Development Bureau (IDB), returned home on July 26 after a highly successful trip. The delegation brought in an estimated US$25 billion in new investment after calling on 11 U.S. comp...
2015-08-06
MOEA Mission Meets Success in Texas
On the heels of a string of stellar achievements on the trip, the MOEA’s 2015 Taiwan-USA Industrial Cooperation Mission facilitated the signing of a Letter of Intent for its member the Gloria Group with the Orchid Energy Group in Texas on July 23. Orchid Energy has over 30 years of experience in the...
2015-08-06
Reports of Fresh Successes Keep Rolling for MOEA’s Industrial Mission to the US
The MOEA’s 2015 Taiwan-USA Industrial Cooperation Mission signed three memorandums of understanding (MOUs) on July 23 in Chicago, IllinoisWitnessed by Dr. Ming-ji Wu, the Director General of the Industrial Development Bureau (IDB), who heads the delegation, the Industrial Technology Research Institu...
2015-08-05
The Price Indices for July 2015
The CPI in July 2015 was 103.71 (2011=100) which decreased 0.13% from the preceding month and went down 0.66% compared with the same month of 2014. The WPI was 87.21 (2011=100) which decreased 0.69% from the preceding month and moved down 9.98% compared with the same month of 2014.
2015-08-05
Taiwanese businessmen donate computers to Philippine university
Ting Chin-huang (丁金煌) and Chu Jih-lin (朱日麟), two Taiwanese businessmen in the Philippines, have donated 30 computers to the Catholic Ming Yuen University in Bacolod to help lessen the digital divide between students from rural and urban areas.The computers were accepted by Su Ta-yi (蘇達義), principal ...
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