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At investment meeting, premier orders actions to lift Taiwan’s economy

Premier Lai Ching-te on Tuesday convened the 11th in a series of meetings on government initiatives to boost investment in Taiwan. He directed the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) to actively assist in the transformation and upgrading of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and instructed the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to continue easing investment and tax regulations for a business-friendly environment. (Read More)

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Premier Lai touts New Southbound Policy medical cooperation plan

The medical cooperation and industrial development program under the New Southbound Policy will integrate Taiwan’s health care and biotechnology supply chains into key emerging markets and bolster the nation’s international profile, according to Premier Lai Ching-te June 14. (Read More)

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Taiwan promotes medical cooperation with New Southbound countries

At the Cabinet’s weekly meeting Thursday, Premier Lai Ching-te said the first two years of medical cooperation with countries covered by the New Southbound Policy have already produced promising results in terms of talent development and regional disease prevention networks. The government will next focus on closer integration of Taiwan’s medical industrial chains into the region’s health care systems. (Read More)

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AIT Director Moy awarded MOFA’s Grand Medal of Diplomacy

The Grand Medal of Diplomacy was conferred June 13 on American Institute in Taiwan Director Kin Moy by Minister of Foreign Affairs Jaushieh Joseph Wu in recognition of his extensive contributions to fostering bilateral relations. (Read More)

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Taiwan welcomes outcome of Trump-Kim summit in Singapore

The outcome of the summit between U.S. President Donald J. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un June 12 in Singapore is welcomed by Taiwan, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (Read More)

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MOFA launches 2018 Mosaic Taiwan in Taipei

Mosaic Taiwan, an international fellowship program organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, got underway June 11 in Taipei City, bringing together 30 aspiring leaders and students from North America to learn more about the country. (Read More)

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Taiwan CDC takes first step toward New Southbound Policy to facilitate exchange and collaboration on tuberculosis prevention and control

To respond to challenges presented by cross-border tuberculosis prevention and control and share Taiwan’s best practices, the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) is hosting the four-week “2018 Tuberculosis Control and Prevention Workshop under New Southbound Policy” during June 11 and July 6, 2018. The goal of the workshop is to provide health officials and professionals from Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam a multi-pronged approach to prevent and control tuberculosis, including discussi (Read More)

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Taiwan becomes member of International Council for Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals for Human Use

Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) gained membership in the International Council for Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH) during the organization’s Assembly in Kobe, Japan, June 7. Taiwan will continue to make concrete contributions to the ICH by working with other members to promote the harmonization of laws concerning pharmaceuticals. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) thanks like-minded nations such as the Un (Read More)

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A breakthrough for TFDA International pharmaceutical collaboration– TFDA becomes the official Regulatory Member of ICH.

Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) has officially become one of the ICH pharmaceutical Regulatory Member at the International Council for Harmonization (ICH) Assembly meeting at Kobe, Japan, 7th June 2018. This set a new milestone for our participations in the international pharmaceutical and technical collaborations. This would not only boost the developments of our pharmaceutical industries, but also promote the wellbeing of our people. (Read More)

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Premier calls for universal access to digital and network technologies

Premier Lai Ching-te on Thursday directed the Ministry of Education (MOE) to integrate public and private resources in order to apply information and communications technology to bringing all people greater fulfillment in education, employment and daily living. (Read More)

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