Minister of Science and Technology Yang Hung-duen said Tuesday that the world's largest contract maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) plans to invest NT$500 billion on its 3-nanometer and 5-nanometer process, with aims to mass produce the chips by 2022.
Labor unions on Tuesday called on the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lawmakers to vote against a disputed labor bill that would eliminate seven public statutory holidays that private sector workers currently enjoy.
The government, opposition and labor representatives are set to clash both inside and outside the legislature Tuesday ahead of a vote on amendments to the Labor Standards Act.
All 15 campsites that underwent recent government review failed the inspections, according to a report released by the Executive Yuan Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) on Monday.
Despite stepping up marketing efforts to promote the games, Taipei Universiade organizers have faced criticism yet again over some questionable design choices.
Taiwan investigators last week seized more than 200 kilograms of cocaine that was packed inside car batteries imported from Brazil, the Ministry of Justice's Investigation Bureau (MJIB) said Monday.
Demonstrators are set to return to the Legislative Yuan today to protest a contested labor bill.
Taiwan's military on Monday denied a report that it plans to decommission its Mirage 2000 fighter jets earlier than originally planned due to France's alleged reluctance to upgrade the aircraft.
Taipei City councilors have slammed plans to relax a ban on food imports from areas affected by the Fukushima nuclear disaster, calling it "fake safety."
The Presidential Office denounced China's political intervention in Taiwanese businesses seeking investment in mainland China on Monday after seafood restaurant chain Hai Pa Wang placed an advertisement in a local paper pledging support to the "one China" principle.