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CATO promotes business ties between Taiwan and Central American nations
The Central America Trade Office (CATO, 中美洲經貿辦事處) aims to promote economic relations between Taiwan and Central American nations -- Belize, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
Nicaragua promises superior quality products
Nicaragua is proudly represented by six companies in the Taipei International Food Show (Food Taipei, 台北國際食品展覽會).
Bringing a taste of El Salvador to Taiwan
The Taipei International Food Show (台北國際食品展覽會) opened yesterday, featuring exhibitors, country pavilions, international buyers, shop owners, businesspeople and more, from many different countries.
Cambodia delays deportation of 17 R.O.C. nationals to China
Cambodian authorities postponed Tuesday's deportation of 17 R.O.C. nationals to mainland China, saying they were still working with Beijing to set a date.
Senior American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) officials will meet with President Tsai Ing-wen during her transit stops in the U.S., stated the AIT on Tuesday.
Whether you are a Canadian seeking a hint of your homeland, or a Taiwanese local interested in experiencing a different culture, Celebration Canada festival has something to offer people of all ages and backgrounds. The annual festival, hosted by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan (CCCT), celebrates Canada's 149th birthday and shares the joy with the entire local community!
President Tsai Ing-wen said Tuesday that she hopes the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) will continue to support Taiwan and pay attention to the development of Taiwan's relations with the United States and China.
MOFA fights sending of fraud suspects to China
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Monday it will continue to negotiate with Cambodia in the hope of bringing home a group of Taiwanese telecommunications fraud suspects who were arrested recently in the Southeast Asian country.
Four R.O.C. nationals yesterday told Apple Daily that they had been arbitrarily detained by immigration authorities at a Cambodian airport.
Seven companies -- including a shipping firm and a scooter-maker -- will send representatives to accompany President Tsai Ing-wen on her first state visit, according to the United Evening News.
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