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Taiwan ranks 4th in BERI’s latest global investment report

Taiwan is fourth among 50 countries and territories in the latest Profit Opportunity Recommendation report by U.S.-based Business Environment Risk Intelligence SA. (Read More)

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Penghu’s new smart microgrid signposts Taiwan’s green energy future

A smart microgrid was launched May 15 in outlying Penghu County’s Qimei Island as part of government efforts promoting green energy and transforming Taiwan into a low-carbon nation. (Read More)


On January 12, 2018, TIPO and the EUIPO signed an MOU on bilateral cooperation. Under the framework of this MOU, the two offices will jointly push for cooperation in areas such as integration of information tools, personnel training, expert meetings, and harmonization of best practices. (Read More)

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Taiwan-grown Oncidium orchids on track for export to New Zealand

Taiwan-grown Oncidium orchids are greenlighted to start first stage preparations for export as cut flowers to New Zealand, according to the Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine. (Read More)

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Exports reach all-time monthly high for March in Taiwan

Taiwan’s exports climbed 16.7 percent year on year to an all-time monthly high of US$29.99 billion in March, buoyed by stronger economic conditions at home and abroad, according to the Ministry of Finance. (Read More)

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Taiwan @ APEC

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Taiwan to advance regional SME development via APEC working group

Taiwan will join Chile, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand in determining the goals and projects for the fourth stage of the Online-to-Offline Initiative at the 46th Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation March 26-28 in Brunei. (Read More)

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SME business climate set for transformation, upgrade in Taiwan

Creating a more favorable business climate for small and medium enterprises in Taiwan is one of the government’s top policymaking priorities as it advances industrial development, according to Premier Lai Ching-te. (Read More)

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Manufacturing output rises for 2017 in Taiwan

Taiwan’s manufacturing output increased 5.85 percent year on year to NT$13.34 trillion (US$456.75 billion) in 2017 on the back of such factors as steadily recovering conditions abroad and the introduction of innovative emerging technology applications, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs March 15. (Read More)

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Weaving New Opportunities

Technical fabrics and high-tech production are adding momentum to Taiwan’s textiles industry. (Read More)

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