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Vice President Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) on Saturday extolled Taiwanese enterprises as the government's overseas strategic partners and the key pillars behind Taiwan's economic development, stressing that riding on the concerted efforts by Taiwanese businesses and the government, Taiwan's "New Southbound Policy" will surely prove a big success.
 
Bambi Bucket list
This photo, provided by the Republic of China Embassy in the Republic of Panama, shows R.O.C. Ambassador Liu Der-li, left, at a ceremony with Panamanian officials to present a firefighting helicopter, Bambi Bucket, .........
 
Foreign minister to visit Latin America
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is arranging for Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) to visit Latin American next month to meet with local senior officials to solidify ties with allies in the region, a MOFA official said Thursday.
 
Gov't, France sign long-awaited working holiday pact
Taiwan and France have recently signed a long-awaited reciprocal working holiday agreement that will officially take effect next month, France's top envoy to Taiwan announced on Thursday, as his office celebrated Bastille Day in Taipei.
 
Kuomintang (KMT) legislators blasted the Food and Drug Administration (FDA, 食藥署) for allowing the import of Canadian beef, demanding the FDA reverse the decision.
 
Officials from ASEAN members attended the first Taiwan-ASEAN Strategic Investment Partnership Forum on Wednesday to discuss opportunities that Taiwanese investors may have and offer some suggestions.
 
A ruling on disputes in the South China Sea that was unfavorable to China will likely ratchet up the wrangling between mainland China and the United States in the region and threaten regional stability, the National Security Bureau said Wednesday.
 
Taiwan does not accept the ruling made by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague that deemed a Taiwan-controlled island in the disputed South China Sea a rock, Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) said on Tuesday.
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A Taiwan scholar said Tuesday that the international arbitration court's ruling on South China Sea islands was based on "incorrect" Western perspectives on how an island should support human habitation.
 
As part of President Tsai Ing-wen's "New Southbound Policy," Vice Economics Minister Yang Wei-fu (楊偉甫) indicated Tuesday that government delegates had visited Vietnam and Thailand last week.
 
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