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Premier pledges full support for Taiwan delegation at 2018 Asian Games

Following a presentation Thursday by the Ministry of Education (MOE) on the current state of preparations for the upcoming Asian Games 2018, Premier Lai Ching-te instructed ministries and agencies to attend carefully to behind-the-scenes logistics and support, and spare no effort in assisting athletes and coaches, so that competitors will be able to focus without distraction on delivering an excellent performance and winning glory for the nation. (Read More)

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GCTF workshop on transnational crime boosts regional collaboration

An international workshop on transnational crime and forensic science staged under the Taiwan-U.S. Global Cooperation and Training Framework wrapped up Aug. 15 in Taipei City, with 26 law enforcement officials from 16 countries gathering to share information and best practices. (Read More)

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Premier touts improvements in funding environment for startups

Premier Lai Ching-te on Tuesday hosted the 18th interministerial meeting on accelerating investment in Taiwan, where he applauded the National Development Council’s (NDC) action plan to improve the funding environment for startups. (Read More)

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Premier Lai attends opening of international law enforcement workshop

Premier Lai Ching-te on Tuesday took part in the opening ceremony of the Global Cooperation and Training Framework International Workshop on Combating Transnational Crime and Forensic Science. The premier remarked that the fight against illegal drugs requires transnational cooperation, and Taiwan stands ready to face any challenge, acting forcefully as a builder of regional peace and a worthy partner making advanced contributions. The nation will fulfill all of its responsibilities as a member o (Read More)

Social innovation a key step toward new economic model for Taiwan

Premier Lai Ching-te today highlighted the importance of promoting innovative social development. Externally, Taiwan can demonstrate its pursuit of the United Nations’ sustainable development goals, bring the nation in line with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and strengthen links to the international community. On the domestic front, social innovation can spur economic expansion, encourage the inclusive growth of society and the environment, and create a new model of (Read More)

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Office of the President showcases gifts for Tsai’s state visit to Paraguay, Belize

A selection of gifts that President Tsai Ing-wen will present to top-level officials during her upcoming state visit to Paraguay and Belize was unveiled at the Office of the President Aug. 8 in Taipei City. (Read More)

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Taiwan’s Q2 trade promotion initiatives deliver handsome benefits

Taiwan’s international trade promotion initiatives delivered US$1.34 billion in business opportunities for local firms in the second quarter of this year, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Aug. 7. (Read More)

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Taiwan to donate US$250,000 for post-quake relief in Indonesia

Taiwan's government Wednesday announced plans to donate US$250,000 to Indonesia to help with relief work in the wake of a magnitude 7.0 earthquake that left scores dead in the popular tourist destination of Lombok. (Read More)

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MOFA thanks US Secretary of State Pompeo for recognizing Taiwan’s democracy, economic development

Recognition of Taiwan’s democratic society, economic development and high-tech prowess by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in his address on the U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy is deeply appreciated, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs July 31. (Read More)

Heading to New Southbound countries ─ TFDA successfully completes the legislative and regulatory framework for Taiwan’s industries to export health supplements to Malaysia.

In order to help industries to tap into New Southbound markets and export Taiwan’s health supplements to Malaysia smoothly, Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (namely TFDA) and the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (namely NPRA) of Malaysia have reached an agreement through negotiations in September 2017. (Read More)

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