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  • Taiwan and India eye electronics industry collaboration

    The strengthening ties between Taiwan and India as TAITRA Chairman Huang Chih-fang visits enterprises in Delhi, highlighting the booming electronics industry and potential for collaboration. This visit underscores the rapid economic growth in India and the strategic partnership opportunities, especially in light of global supply chain shifts.
    2024/07/08 10:34
  • Matt Pottinger presents new book to Taiwan’s president

    Explore the strategic discussions between former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor Matt Pottinger and Taiwan’s President Lai Ching-te on deepening U.S.-Taiwan economic and trade relations and defending Taiwan’s sovereignty.
    2024/06/14 14:35
  • J.W. Kuo: Taiwan’s electricity sufficient for AI industry

    Discover how Taiwan’s Economic Affairs Minister J.W. Kuo assures sufficient power supply for the AI industry’s growth, addressing global concerns and outlining strategic initiatives for development.
    2024/06/12 10:13
  • President Tsai promises support for Taiwan’s industry growth

    President Tsai Ing-wen commits to supporting Taiwan’s industry development, highlighting the country’s export success and plans for post-pandemic recovery. Tsai vows to deepen global economic ties, recognizing the National Importers & Exporters Chamber of Commerce’s role in driving economic growth amidst challenges. Taiwan aims to enhance international competitiveness through agreements with the U.S., U.K., Canada, and others, promoting a prosperous future for Taiwanese industries.
    2024/05/06 17:18
  • Vice President Lai visits China Steel, eyes net-zero goal

    Explore Vice President Lai Ching-te’s visit to China Steel Corporation in Kaohsiung, where he delved into the company’s efforts toward net-zero carbon emissions, highlighting its role in Taiwan’s economic growth and sustainable development.
    2024/04/26 22:13
  • Taiwan’s economy to grow by 3.29% amid inflation concerns

    Explore the latest economic forecasts for Taiwan as the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research projects a GDP growth of 3.29% and a CPI increase to 2.13%. Amidst stable domestic demand and expanding exports, concerns over rising costs and geopolitical tensions loom. With cautious business investments and the global economic climate’s uncertainties, Taiwan navigates through challenges towards growth.
    2024/04/26 16:27
  • NSF launches program to support Taiwan’s tech industry

    The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) has launched a groundbreaking program in Taiwan to support the country’s semiconductor and AI industries, marking the first time the NSF has sponsored seminars abroad to discover and fund deep tech companies. The initiative aims to strengthen Taiwan’s role in global technology supply chains and drive economic growth for both countries.
    2024/04/09 18:12
  • Optimism in Asian manufacturing despite varied growth rates

    The Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for Asian manufacturing in March shows varying recovery rates across the region, with Taiwan’s manufacturing sector on the rise and confidence among Taiwanese businesses reaching a nearly three-year high. Japan also saw improvement, while South Korea and Vietnam experienced contractions. Paul Smith from S&P Global Market Intelligence notes signs of price and supply stabilization supporting a more optimistic outlook for the Asian manufacturing sector.
    2024/04/01 18:23
  • Taiwan’s economy glows green for stability in February: NDC

    Taiwan’s NDC reports economic stability with a green light status for February, driven by production and export improvements linked to AI themes. Officials anticipate continued growth in March, citing positive trends in manufacturing, consumer confidence, and foreign trade. Investment in emerging technologies and R&D, along with steady public investment, are expected to sustain momentum.
    2024/03/28 17:54
  • Smart City Expo features global partnerships, collaboration

    Explore how Taiwan’s Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE) brings together global leaders to discuss the integration of smart city themes with ESG trends, fostering innovation, partnerships, and a vision for a smarter future.
    2024/03/21 19:28
  • Taiwan’s inflation rate projected to drop to 2%

    Central Bank Governor Yang Chin-long predicts Taiwan’s inflation rate to drop to around 2% in 2024 due to expected international oil price decreases and modest service price increases. The Central Bank’s upcoming board meeting is anticipated to maintain the re-discount rate at 1.875%. Yang cites declining inflation rates and negative output gaps as key factors influencing the decision. Geopolitical conflicts and weather conditions pose uncertainties to Taiwan’s inflation trends.
    2024/03/14 14:33
  • China urges G20 unity for global economic growth

    Ambassador Dai Bing of the Permanent Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the UN outlined China’s proposals at the G20 meeting, emphasizing global economic growth, Belt and Road Initiative participation, and cooperation for sustainable development.
    2024/03/13 19:18
  • Worldwide TV sales drop to new decade low: report

    Global TV sales dip in 2023, with further decline projected for 2024 amidst changing consumer habits and potential material shortages, impacting prices. Experts foresee growth amid economic recovery.
    2024/03/01 17:01
  • Taiwan’s exports hit top-three record despite 2023 dip

    Taiwan’s export performance reached a historic high from 2021 to 2023, but experienced a 9.8% decline in 2023 compared to the previous year, according to the Ministry of Finance. Despite this setback, exports to the U.S. continued to soar with a 49.7% year-on-year increase, while exports to countries covered by Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy also saw significant growth. However, exports to mainland China decreased to 35.2%. Taiwan’s total export tally for 2023 amounted to US$432.48 billion, ranking behind only 2022 and 2021. The demand for communications and electronic products during the pandemic-induced work-from-home trend boosted Taiwan’s exports. The Taiwan Institute of Economic Research predicted significant international trade growth in 2024, which would benefit export-oriented economies like Taiwan. In December 2023, Taiwan’s exports to the U.S. reached $8.49 billion, and exports to southern countries surged by over 50%. However, due to the limited coverage of free trade agreements (FTAs), many traditional Taiwanese industries chose to restructure risks and production in Southeast and South Asia. The return of Taiwanese businesses and the expansion of local factories after the U.S.-China trade war, as well as global economic circumstances, significantly impacted the decline in 2023 exports. The Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS) estimated the first-quarter export volume for 2024 to be around US$106.1 billion, which is an improvement compared to the same period in 2023, but a 10% decrease from 2022.
    2024/02/15 10:49
  • Hon Hai anticipates growth amid global AI chip scarcity

    Hon Hai Precision Industry Chairman Young Liu has stated that the AI server industry is facing a shortage of AI chips, which is expected to persist throughout 2024. Liu emphasized that the problem can only be resolved by increasing production capacity in new factories. He also highlighted that geopolitical and economic conditions may affect the demand for consumer electronic products this year. Despite holding a significant position in the global AI server industry, Hon Hai is facing a shortfall in the supply of AI chips from major manufacturers like NVIDIA. While some second and third-tier factories claim their AI server performance will be good in 2024, Liu expressed skepticism and confusion about this situation.
    2024/02/05 10:21
  • Taiwan’s growing wealth gap raises concerns: experts

    Taiwan’s wealth gap widens as economic growth hits a 14-year low. Experts call for action to address income inequality and rising living costs.
    2024/01/29 16:44
  • Tsai backs Lai-Hsiao duo for Taiwan’s steady future

    President Tsai Ing-wen emphasizes the need for a stable government in the face of future challenges in Taiwan. She expresses her hopes to entrust the nation to reliable individuals during her visit to Hsien Heng Temple. Tsai highlights the experience and comprehensive backgrounds of the Democratic Progressive Party’s (DPP) presidential and vice-presidential candidates, Lai Ching-te and Hsiao Bi-khim. Reflecting on her own tenure, Tsai acknowledges the public support that has strengthened Taiwan’s economy. She discusses global events such as the pandemic, the Ukraine-Russia war, and Taiwan’s drought, noting Taiwan’s resilience and growing international support. Tsai emphasizes the importance of maintaining a parliamentary majority and urges the public to support the Lai-Hsiao ticket and cast their party votes for the DPP for a brighter future for Taiwan.
    2023/12/20 18:43
  • Tsai Ing-wen eyes teaching role after presidency ends

    President Tsai Ing-wen discusses her post-presidency plans, hinting at a possible teaching role after her term ends. Reflecting on her tenure, she acknowledges the challenges faced by Taiwan but highlights the stable growth and economic achievements during her governance. President Tsai expresses gratitude to her supporters and hopes for her successor to lead Taiwan to greater heights. Emphasizing the importance of presidential capability and political transformation, she commends the Democratic Progressive Party candidates for their steadfast execution of the "Tsai Ing-wen route." President Tsai emphasizes the need for future leaders who are internationally trusted, capable of upholding peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait, and maintaining global cooperation and trust.
    2023/12/18 17:14
  • Taiwan Central Bank holds interest rate steady for 3rd time

    Taiwan’s central bank has announced that it will maintain its interest rate for the third consecutive time in its quarterly board meeting. The decision was influenced by price changes and the need to balance stabilizing consumer prices with sustaining economic growth. Despite rising consumer prices due to natural disasters, the central bank remains optimistic and expects the inflation rate to drop below 2% next year. Forecasts for Taiwan’s GDP growth rate in 2023 are more positive, projected to reach 3.12%. This is supported by increasing private consumption, particularly in tourism and dining, as well as the central bank’s expectation of a global export increase to stimulate local investment and drive economic recovery. In contrast to the Federal Reserve in the U.S., Taiwan’s central bank stated that its monetary policy approach would be adjusted gradually based on the country’s economic conditions. Despite high housing prices, the central bank has decided against imposing stricter measures or withdrawing from market intervention to avoid further impact on the property market.
    2023/12/15 16:31
  • Taiwan’s NYMCU joins forces with ACC for climate club

    National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYMCU) has partnered with the American Climate Club (ACC) to establish the American Taiwan Climate Club. This collaboration aims to contribute to the global net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050. The two institutions have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop international carbon standards and propose a white paper on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies. NYMCU is committed to raising global citizens with sustainability awareness and plans to integrate the 17 Sustainable Development Goals into its academics and research. The partnership also has the potential to pave the way for Taiwan’s engagement in international carbon trading and promote green economic growth. The American Climate Club, registered in Texas, collaborates with government agencies, carbon reduction technology firms, carbon quality monitoring, carbon asset services, and climate and carbon finance funds. The newly formed American Taiwan Climate Club will focus on climate education, international cooperation, carbon project investment, carbon advisory services, and policy research to strengthen climate protection efforts.
    2023/12/12 19:47
  • Taiwan’s 2023 exports on track to hit US$400B milestone

    Taiwan’s Finance Minister, Chuang Tsui-yun, projects that Taiwan’s total export value for this year will exceed US$400 billion, marking the third-highest record in Taiwan’s history. The nation’s exports for the first ten months of the year have already reached US$355.1 billion. Despite a slight decline in October, Taiwan’s export sector has shown signs of resilience, with positive growth in September. Chuang advises industry leaders and government departments to closely monitor global economic factors, such as inflation and the interest rate hike cycle, which may impact exports. Cautious optimism is emphasized for exports in the fourth quarter and beyond.
    2023/12/04 14:03
  • Taiwan cuts 2023 GDP growth to 1.42%, lowest in 14 years

    Taiwan’s 2023 GDP growth forecast has been lowered to 1.42%, the lowest in 14 years, due to weaker exports and private investment. Year-end bonuses for Taiwanese workers have also been affected, with the average amount shrinking to 1.08 months’ worth of salary, hitting a 10-year low. The financial industry leads in bonus payouts with an average of 1.83 months’ salary, followed by the semiconductor industry at 1.38 months. The healthcare services industry averages just 0.97 months of salary, while the accommodations and food services sector lags further behind at only 0.59 months. Despite the downward revision, the DGBAS remains optimistic for 2024, forecasting a GDP growth rate rebound to 3.35%. However, challenges such as the Ukraine-Russia war, the Israel-Palestine conflict, and ongoing inflation may pose risks to the global economy. Looking ahead to 2024, local job banks predict pay increases in 47.5% of companies, with an average salary hike of 3.2%, slightly lower than in 2023. Experts caution that Taiwan’s economic recovery may not be as swift as hoped.
    2023/11/29 16:04
  • Thailand’s strategic appeal draws Taiwanese professionals

    Explore how the shifting dynamics between China and the U.S. are influencing multinational supply chains, leading Taiwanese professionals to seek opportunities in Southeast Asia, particularly in Thailand. Discover Thailand’s strategic advantages in labor and electric vehicle initiatives and Taiwan’s collaborative efforts.
    2023/11/29 09:37
  • Taiwan’s industrial power demand drops post-summer: TRI

    The Taiwan Research Institute (TRI) reports a decrease in electricity demand in September, following the end of the summer peak period for consumption. The TRI’s October Taiwan EPI shows a 0.16% growth in high voltage electricity usage across national industries compared to the same period in 2022. However, this growth is smaller than the increase seen in September. TRI President Wu Tsai-yi attributes the deceleration in economic growth to global inflation, interest rate hikes, and ongoing geopolitical crises. Despite these challenges, the domestic electronic technology industry has experienced successful inventory turnover due to the rise of AI applications, the launch of new consumer electronics, and stockpiling for the end-of-year shopping season. With sustained private consumption momentum and negative economic growth factors in the fourth quarter of 2022, a significant increase in economic growth to 4.4% is estimated for October. Wu predicts a gradual return to normalcy for global economic and business activities as the effects of inflation and interest rate increases diminish.
    2023/11/22 17:23
  • MOEA expresses concern about maintaining 2% GDP growth

    Taiwan’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Wang Mei-hua, expressed concerns about maintaining a 2% GDP growth rate this year despite signs of economic recovery. She cited external factors such as inflation, the Russia-Ukrainian war, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as global market influences. However, Wang emphasized that Taiwan’s innovation and efficiency are key advantages that can withstand external economic pressures. The National Development Council also reported a slight improvement in economic measures, indicating subtle growth amidst global adversity. Despite challenges, Taiwanese authorities and stakeholders remain cautiously optimistic and ready to leverage the nation’s inherent strengths.
    2023/10/30 14:38
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