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  • Premier Cho clarifies comments on data use for incentives

    Discover how Taiwan’s Premier Cho Jung-tai aims to address the low birthrate issue using data for promoting incentive policies, clarifying recent misunderstandings about his approach.
    2024/07/02 16:20
  • John Neuffer highlights CHIPS Act’s positive impact on U.S.

    The U.S. CHIPS and Science Act seeks to boost domestic semiconductor manufacturing. John Neuffer, CEO of the Semiconductor Industry Association, is optimistic about the act, highlighting early private sector commitments and the critical need to rebalance global chip manufacturing.
    2024/05/06 17:07
  • Incentives reintroduced for middle-aged worker employment

    This article discusses the challenges and governmental efforts surrounding the employment of older workers in Taiwan, focusing on participation rates, early retirement trends, and new incentives for re-entering the job market.
    2024/04/12 17:02
  • New incentives boost electric scooter program in Keelung

    Keelung City’s Youth Electric Scooter Project, initiated by Mayor George Hsieh, has relaxed application requirements to attract more participants. The project offers five monthly fee options and fully subsidizes certain scooter models. Applicants lined up early to apply for the initiative, which aims to distribute 12,000 electric scooters to residents under 45 years old.
    2024/03/29 12:42
  • Tsai Ing-wen touts Taiwan’s NT$2.17T investment success

    President Tsai Ing-wen highlights the success of Taiwan’s investment incentives projects, which have attracted over NT$2.17 trillion in investments and created over 140,000 jobs. Speaking at a Lunar New Year event, Tsai emphasizes the importance of Taiwanese businesses in driving economic development and emphasizes Taiwan’s global reach and reliability as an international partner. She also discusses Taiwan’s efforts to improve infrastructure and expand external relations, including trade cooperation with the U.S. and U.K. Tsai calls for the preservation of the peaceful and stable status quo in the Taiwan Strait and expresses a commitment to upholding democracy and seeking cross-strait dialogues. The event was attended by government officials and over 300 Taiwanese businessmen living and working in China.
    2024/02/16 16:38
  • Nauru notified Australia before cutting ties with Taiwan

    The Australian government was informed by Nauru before the Republic of Nauru announced its decision to sever diplomatic ties with Taiwan. However, the decision was not made after consulting with the Australian government. Australia respects Nauru’s sovereign decision. Taiwan accused China of enticing Nauru with financial incentives to sever ties, but China did not comment on the accusations. Nauru’s announcement came right after Taiwan’s presidential election, making it the 10th nation to break off relations during President Tsai Ing-wen’s tenure, leaving Taiwan with 12 diplomatic allies.
    2024/01/16 15:50
  • MOEA head promises negotiation on tax cut for young workers

    Taiwan’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Wang Mei-hua, has promised to address a tax cut for young workers in continued negotiation with the Ministry of Finance. Kuomintang (KMT) Legislator Yang Chiung-ying has highlighted concerns over low salaries in Taiwan, noting that the median wage is NT$42,000, the lowest among the Four Asian Tigers. To address this issue, Yang has suggested increasing the age for tax incentives for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) hiring young employees from under 24 to under 30. This policy change, according to the legislator, could significantly help young people struggling with low wages. In response, Wang stated that the government would discuss the proposal with the Ministry of Finance and emphasized their efforts to reduce taxes to tackle the issue of low wages for young workers.
    2023/11/06 20:34
  • Shin Kong Hospital raises salaries to address nurse shortage

    Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital in Taipei will raise salaries for nursing staff starting in November. Salaries for nurses on the three-shift rotation will increase by NT$1,680, and the monthly salary for new nurses will be raised to NT$43,680. The salary increase is in response to concerns over nurse departures and a shortage of staff, which has led to a reduction in the number of beds in many hospitals. The Taiwan Union of Nurses Association (TUNA) reported a drop in the number of nurses in the country from 187,519 to 185,901 from January through May. As a result, larger hospitals have been forced to close an average of 8% to 10% of beds. Shin Kong Hospital has hired 74 nurses but lost 125 as of September, leading to a decrease in the number of available beds. In addition to the salary increase, the hospital is implementing other incentives such as retention bonuses, team performance bonuses, special allowances, signing bonuses for new hires, and up to four years of free accommodation. The hospital also plans to increase all staff salaries next year in line with a government wage adjustment policy to attract and retain talent.
    2023/10/28 14:42
  • Taitung County Gov’t boosts tourist arrivals, revenue

    After more than 2 years of living with the pandemic, Taitung County Government is coming back stronger than ever by providing incentives to boost local tourism.
    2022/12/05 22:12
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