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2015-04-15
Executive Yuan invites public to enrich whitepaper
With public participation and following more than two months of meetings and gathering of online views, the Executive Yuan has completed its preliminary draft of the new Taiwan policy whitepaper on smart Internet. In order to make the whitepaper’s content more comprehensive, Vice Premier Chang San-c...
2015-04-15
Government aims to facilitate online trade
At a recent meeting of the e-commerce development task force, Minister without Portfolio Tsai Yu-ling asked government agencies to connect to this global trend with an open mind, saying e-commerce could help Taiwan to break down international barriers to trade. Tsai convened the meeting, which was a...
2015-04-14
Monthly Overview of RMB Business Conducted by Banks (March 2015)
As of March 31, 2015, there were 67 authorized banks(DBUs)and 59 offshore banking units(OBUs)conducting the RMB business. The monthly overview is shown in the table below:
2015-04-14
Taiwan’s Q1 tax revenues up 5.8 percent in 2015
Taiwan’s tax revenues totaled NT$353.4 billion (US$11.28 billion) in the first quarter of 2015, up 5.8 percent from 12 months earlier to the highest for the period in 15 years, according to the Ministry of Finance April 13.A total of 5.4 percent above forecast, the strong showing is accompanied by a...
2015-04-14
NPM tops most popular exhibitions list
Taipei City-based National Palace Museum hosted the world’s three most popular exhibitions in 2014, according to a survey released earlier this month by British monthly The Art Newspaper.With 12,861 visitors per day, the “Great Masters of the Ming Dynasty: Tang Yin” topped the most-attended list and...
2015-04-14
Taipei City finds home for endemic barbets
The colorful Taiwan barbet, an insect-eating bird with embroidered plumage endemic to the island, is increasingly making its home in parks throughout bustling downtown Taipei City. An arboreal bird known to nest only in the cavities of dead trunks or branches, barbets were having an increasingly har...
2015-04-14
Secrets of Keelung building unlocked by historian
National Heritage-listed Keelung Harbor Building possesses an array of architectural features designed to bring good fortune and weather to the northern Taiwan port metropolis, according to a local folk historian. “The pillars at the entrance of the hallway form a symmetrical design of reversed clou...
2015-04-14
Premier anticipates high-tech industry development in southern Taiwan
Premier Mao Chi-kuo today visited Kaohsiung’s Brogent Technologies, Inc. and extolled the company as a model for the development of the high-tech sector in southern Taiwan. Brogent Technologies has driven the transformation and upgrading of the domestic information and communications technologies (...
2015-04-14
Symposium held to ensure security during Summer Universiade
To assist in managing the safety of the 2017 Summer Universiade—which will be hosted by Taipei City—the Executive Yuan and the National Security Bureau (NSB) jointly organized an academic symposium on the subject at the National Defense University’s Management College.The symposium is being held in ...
2015-04-14
As imported rubella case confirmed in man, Taiwan CDC urges public to stay vigilant, seek prompt medical attention when symptom develop, and inform physician of relevant exposure history
On April 10, 2015, the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) announced this year’s third confirmed case of rubella in 50-year-old male who resides in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. On March 28, he developed symptoms, including general malaise and dizziness. He sought medical attention at a clinic when...
2015-04-13
Approved foreign exchange business in March 2015
2015-04-13
World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce Meets in Brazil
2015-04-13
Promotion of southern Taiwan’s high-tech industry will continue
2015-04-13
Third forum on virtual world policies to discuss distance learning and open data fees
2015-04-13
Taiwan keeping options open for AIIB
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