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#Trump & Beijing main diplomatic challenges

#Trump & Beijing main diplomatic challenges

| March 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

In a report to the Legislature’s Foreign Affairs and National Defense Committee on 6 March, Republic Of China’s (ROC) Minister of Foreign Affairs David Lee stated that the ROC’s main diplomatic challenges are US President Donald Trump’s new policies and Beijing’s toughening measures toward Taiwan’s participation in the international community. Since the US pulled out of […]

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#Taiwan, #Croatia exchanges sign co-operation agreement

#Taiwan, #Croatia exchanges sign co-operation agreement

| February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Taipei Exchange, the nation’s over-the-counter market, signed a memorandum of understanding with Croatia’s Zagreb Stock Exchange Feb. 15 in Taipei City, establishing a strong foundation for future collaboration in the financial services sector between Taiwan and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development recipient nations, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Su Yu-ching, TPEx CEO […]

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#Taiwan: President Tsai calls for closer economic co-operation with UK

#Taiwan: President Tsai calls for closer economic co-operation with UK

| February 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

On 24 January, President Tsai Ing-wen received Britain’s new representative to Taiwan, Catherine Nettleton, at the Presidential Office, saying that Taiwan and the UK should strengthen economic and trade co-operation. According to President Tsai, there is significant room for greater bilateral economic co-operation in the emerging sectors targeted as key components of her administration’s economic development […]

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#Taiwan seeks to join fight against #GlobalWarming

#Taiwan seeks to join fight against #GlobalWarming

| November 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

In June, the temperature in Taipei reached 38.7 degrees Celsius, the highest in a century. Another recent anomaly is a marked decline in the frequency of steady rainfall. Instead, Taiwan was hit with a series of torrential downpours that caused many flash floods, significantly damaging our infrastructure, ecosystem, as well as crops. More and more […]

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Support for #Taiwan Interpol participation

Support for #Taiwan Interpol participation

| November 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Globalization has abetted a rise in cross-border crime. To fight against this, 190 members of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) will meet in Bali Indonesia, from 7-10 November, to discuss terrorism and other transnational crimes, at the 85th Interpol General Assembly. However, the Republic of China (Taiwan) has long been excluded from the Interpol General […]

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#Taiwan’s bid for ICAO support

#Taiwan’s bid for ICAO support

| September 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is holding the 39th Session of the Assembly from 27 September until 7 October. Belgium and other EU Member States are members of ICAO, but Taiwan (the Republic of China) has remained excluded from it for political reasons for more than forty years. As a member of the international […]

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#Taiwan signs scholarship MoU with #KULeuven

#Taiwan signs scholarship MoU with #KULeuven

On 25 August, a delegation led by the ROC Ministry of Education, including seven university presidents and vice presidents, visited the Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven) in Belgium. To promote academic collaboration between KU Leuven and Taiwan, KU Leuven Vice-Rector Danny Pieters and Director-General Yang Min-Ling, of the Department of International and Cross-Strait Education […]

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