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30th Trade Dialogue between EU and #Taiwan agrees to deepen efforts on economic and industrial co-operation

30th Trade Dialogue between EU and #Taiwan agrees to deepen efforts on economic and industrial co-operation

| December 12, 2018

On 4 December, Taiwan’s Vice Minister of Economic Affairs Wang Mei-hua and the Deputy Director-General of the European Commission’s DG Trade Helena König met for the 30th Taiwan-EU Economic Dialogue. During the talks, the two sides engaged in frank discussions concerning the development of global and bilateral economic policy, the WTO multilateral trade system, plant […]

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#ClimateChange – Global challenge requiring global response

#ClimateChange – Global challenge requiring global response

| December 4, 2018

Continued growth in emissions of greenhouse gases around the world has caused abnormal and extreme weather events such as heatwaves, droughts, and catastrophic torrential rains. These events are no longer just abstract future scenarios; they are happening today in all corners of the globe, writes Dr. Lee Ying-yuan, minister, Environmental Protection Administration, Executive Yuan, R.O.C. (Taiwan). […]

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MOFA video spotlights #Taiwan merits as partner for combating #ClimateChange

MOFA video spotlights #Taiwan merits as partner for combating #ClimateChange

| November 8, 2018

The short film A Promise to the Land was released on 5 November on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs-backed Trending Taiwan YouTube channel to spotlight the nation’s merits as a valuable global partner in combating climate change and promoting sustainable development. Shot on location in Myanmar and subtitled in nine languages including English, Japanese, French, […]

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President Tsai reaffirms strength of #Taiwan relations with UK

President Tsai reaffirms strength of #Taiwan relations with UK

| November 8, 2018

President Tsai Ing-wen (centre) discusses Taiwan-UK relations with British parliamentarian Graham Brady (left) at the Office of the President in Taipei Cityon 5  November. (Courtesy of Office of the President) President Tsai Ing-wen said  on 5 November that robust economic and trade relations between Taiwan and the UK are helping connect the markets of Asia […]

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Working together for a safer world: Support #Taiwan’s participation as an Observer in #INTERPOL

Working together for a safer world: Support #Taiwan’s participation as an Observer in #INTERPOL

| November 7, 2018

Transnational crime is on the rise. Law enforcement agencies worldwide can only be effective against this trend where there are strong ties and efficient cooperation. It is for this reason that Taiwan must be allowed observer status in the International Criminal Police Organisation INTERPOL – writes Tsai Tsan-Po, Commissioner, Criminal Investigation Bureau, Republic of China […]

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#Taiwan – Foreign Minister Wu addresses #GTI Annual Symposium

#Taiwan – Foreign Minister Wu addresses #GTI Annual Symposium

| September 24, 2018

On 13 September, Taiwan Foreign Minister Jaushieh Joseph Wu talked up Taiwan’s credentials as a front-line state defending freedom, democracy and rules-based order from China’s intensified coercion during a video address at the Global Taiwan Institute Annual Symposium which took place in Washington.  “China’s actions are a threat to security and the balance of power […]

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#MOFA campaign highlights #Taiwan value as global SDG partner

#MOFA campaign highlights #Taiwan value as global SDG partner

| September 20, 2018

MOFA has launched an international campaign highlighting Taiwan’s desire to participate in the U.N. system and merits as a valuable partner in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.  Unveiled ahead of the 73rd U.N. General Assembly  on 18 September, the initiative urges the global body to deliver equal treatment to Taiwan’s 23 million people and resolve […]

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