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March 28, 2017

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The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) has been planning to invest NT$5 billion (US$163 million) in artificial intelligence (AI) development to help the local industrial sector compete in the booming industry.
FOODEXJapan yields up to NT$2 bil. in deals for Taiwan
Local companies reportedly negotiated up to NT$2 billion in business opportunities during the 42nd International Food and Beverage Exhibition (FOODEXJapan).
The latest trends in fitness and sports are all at TaiSPO
The Taiwan External Trade Development Council hosted a press conference with live demonstrations of what to look forward to at the upcoming 2017 Taipei International Sporting Goods Show (TaiSPO) on Tuesday.
With cybercrime on the rise, security experts said Tuesday while most Taiwanese companies rely on geo-blocking measures -- a technique that denies all traffic coming from parts of the globe -- to defend themselves from cyberattacks, firms remain vulnerable to domestically launched attacks.
Taiwan has the 19th fastest average internet connection in the world, according to a recently published report on global average internet connection speed.
Under pressure
A manager at the embattled Far East Oil Mills Co. (遠東油脂公司) pushes a cart of his company's recalled products in Taipei, Sunday, March 12, during a government inspection. A national recall is underway for 19 of Far East's products, including margarine and shortening, ...
Taiwan-based Taishin Financial Holdings's (台新金) securities arm agreed a deal in principle Friday to acquire Ta Chong Securities (TCSC, 大眾證券) for NT$4.23 billion.
Papermaker Yuen Foong Yu (YFY, 永豐餘) said Friday it would raise its household product prices this month because of rising material costs.
Swiss presence at Taipei show reflects growth of Swiss-Taiwan collaborations
Secretary-General of the Swiss Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Industries Christoph Blattler praised Swiss-Taiwan collaboration in the field of machine tools during an exclusive sit-down with The China Post on Thursday.
An expo fit for Taiwanese firms
A product by Taiwan-based furniture and hardware company King Slide Works Co. is displayed at the International Furniture Fair Singapore. Several local firms have traveled to the city-state to show off their wares at the event.
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