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UK railway mission rolls into Taipei to push sustainability
A U.K. business delegation regarding sustainable railway development concluded its Taipei trip Friday during which it promoted U.K.'s capabilities in operating and maintaining traditional railways, the country's de facto embassy in Taiwan has said.
 
Guam delegation visits Council of Indigenous Peoples
Taiwan's Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP, 原民會) Minister Icyang Parod received a delegation consisting of six leaders from the legislatures of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands on Wednesday, Nov. 16, according to a press release from the CIP.
 
Taipei tres bien!
Director of the French Office in Taipei Benoit Guidee, center, and Minister without Portfolio Audrey Tang (唐鳳), fourth from right, attend the launch of French Tech Taiwan, in Taipei, Thursday, Nov. 17.
 
Four Taiwanese citizens were recently arrested in Japan for allegedly using forged bank cards to withdraw about 1 billion Japanese yen (US$9.15 million) from automated teller machines (ATMs), according to Japanese media reports.
 
Taiwan's envoy to Singapore pledges to push closer ties
Newly appointed top envoy to Singapore Francis Liang (梁國新) pledged Tuesday to enhance relations with the city state, a day after the Presidential Office confirmed his assignment.
 
There have been no reports of Taiwanese nationals being hurt during a series of strong earthquakes that jolted New Zealand on Monday, Foreign Minister David Lee said.
 
The Supreme Court of Indonesia on Friday upheld the death sentence against three Taiwanese men who were convicted last year of smuggling drugs into the country.
 
Taiwan blocked at UN-affiliated health summit
A Taiwanese non-governmental organization said Saturday that Beijing barred its chairman from making a speech at a United Nations-affiliated meeting on rare diseases in New York last week.
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Prospect of US protectionism to be key issue at APEC summit: Soong
Donald Trump's election and what it means for regional economies will be key issues at next week's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting, Taiwan delegation leader James Soong said Friday.
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So far, nearly 5,000 foreign nationals have applied to visit Taiwan under the new electronic visa (eVisa) application system open to citizens of 35 countries, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has announced.
 
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