In order to sustain the momentum of digital innovation in APEC, and to echo the APEC theme 2019, “Connecting People, Building the Future”, as well as the priorities, such as Digital Society, SMEs and Inclusive Growth, Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Chinese Taipei work hand-in-hand with SME Corporation Malaysia to co-host “APEC O2O Forum: Empowering SMEs to Go Global through Digital Transformation” on 17 April in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
On March 27th, the Industrial Development Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs held the Data Economy X Global Cooperation – 2019 International Salon on Data Economy & Industrial Innovation, inviting departments and organizations in charge of open data from Japan, Malaysia and India to exchange views and discuss innovative development, key challenges and international cooperation models of the data economy.
Taiwan ranked as the largest semiconductor material market in the world for the ninth consecutive year in 2018, according to data released Wednesday by the global industry association SEMI.
Google Inc. announced March 27 an expanded investment and training program for Taiwan aimed at deepening the local talent pool in key emerging sectors and positioning the country as a regional digital technologies hub.
In 2018, TIPO received 47,429 applications for invention patents, an annual increase of 3% and a second-year consecutive growth; 8,082 applications for design patents, which are just about the same from last year, and 17,910 for utility models, making a drop of 8%.
To assist businesses in learning more about the IPR regimes and practices in the major countries listed in the New Southbound Policy, TIPO recently collected information on the IPR regimes, practices, registration, and related procedures in question of six countries – the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Vietnam and Thailand. TIPO has also written two analytical reports, “Trademark Systems and Developments in Southeast Asian Countries” and “Patent Systems and Developments in Southeast As
Taiwan ranks 10th out of 180 economies around the world in the latest Index of Economic Freedom released Jan. 25 by Washington-based think tank The Heritage Foundation, marking its best ever result in the annual report.
A delegation of 36 major Taiwan firms and medical institutions took part in the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit Jan. 18-20 in the western Indian state, according to the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA).
The annual India-Taiwan Trade Forum was staged Jan. 15 in Taipei City, bringing together more than 150 business leaders and representatives from the two sides to explore new and enhanced commercial tie-ups.
Investments pledged for Taiwan grew about 25 percent from a year earlier in 2018, indicating the government's efforts to encourage foreign and local firms to invest paid off, Deputy Economic Affairs Minister Kung Ming-hsin (龔明鑫) said Wednesday.