Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Taipei AMPA, Autotronics Taipei, and Motorcycle Taiwan (Taipei AMPA 3-in-1) shows will go on as scheduled from October 21-24 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 2. Organized by TAITRA, the Taipei AMPA 3-in-1 show will gather the entire automotive industry chain in one location, as well as the automotive fastener sector.
Taiwan Excellence has provided a first look at innovative smart transportation products during its Taiwan Excellence Smart Transportation Online Press Conference. Guann-Jyh Lee, Deputy Director General of the Bureau of Foreign Trade, MOEA, stated that the smart transportation technology industry is currently one of the key industries on which the Taiwanese government is focusing its policies. Over the next five years, the government will invest U.S.$200 million on smart transportation infrast
The Indonesian government said Thursday it is ready to start sending migrant workers again to 22 countries and regions around the world, including Taiwan, after a suspension of nearly four months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The outbreak of the COVID-19 severely threatened people’s lives and devasted the economy all around the globe. Since the tendency of the epidemic is still uncertain, to ensure the safety of all the participants, the Taipei World Trade Center and Yorkers Trade& Marketing Service Company Limited decided to postpone the AMPA Myanmar and Power Expo Myanmar to October 14-17 in 2021, at the Yangon Convention Centre.
Taiwan is committed to working with other members of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation to maintain a consistent flow of trade during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Minister without Portfolio John Deng July 25.
The Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER) announced Friday an increase in its forecast for local economic growth for 2020 to 1.83 percent, 0.25 percentage points higher than in April.
Taiwan’s export orders increased 6.5 percent year on year to US$41 billion in June, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs July 20.
To embody the spirit of “Taiwan can help” and promote the “Made in Taiwan (MIT)” brand, the MOEA actively collected the anti-epidemic needs of countries through our overseas offices and promoted the “TAIWAN Global Anti-COVID-19 Pavilion” (https://www.anticovid19tw.org/) to governments, business associations and companies around the world.
Former Grand Justice Lo Chang-fa (羅昌發) has been appointed as Taiwan's representative to the World Trade Organization, to fill a post that has been vacant since last September, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Thursday.