Taiwan

"made In China" Soon To Be Replaced By "made In Taiwan"

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, Trump inflicted much pain on China and vice versa. This is always the case in trade wars. Sideline beneficiaries abound. The World’s Top Bicycle Maker Says the Era of ‘Made in China’ Is Over. Good...
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Terry Gou Resigns As Foxconn’s Chairman To Run For President Of Taiwan

Terry Gou said at Foxconn’s annual general meeting today that he is leaving the electronics manufacturing giant as he prepares to run for president of Taiwan. Gou, who founded Foxconn (also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.) 45 years ago...
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Asus Rog Phone Ii To Reportedly Launch On July 23

Asus will reportedly launch the ROG Phone II on July 23rd. This report comes from Taiwan-based publication DigiTimes.  After the launch, Asus will show off the handset at Chinajoy, a game show in mainland China on August 2nd.Both Tencent and Asus...
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This Tank Could Stop A Chinese Invasion Of Taiwan

Kris Osborn Security, And that's just for starters.  The Trump administration’s plan to sell tanks, missiles and ground-launched air defenses to Taiwan embodies what might be called a strategic paradigm shift to empower the small island’s...

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Beijing Was Already Looking For Ways To Rein In Hong Kong. A Gruesome Taiwan Murder Gave It A Rare...

“They saw this as an ideal opportunity to rein in Hong Kong -- they, meaning the powers that be in Beijing,” said a pro-democracy lawmaker.
Related topics: China, Beijing, Hong Kong

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Apple Xinyi A13 Taipei Store Previewed Ahead Of Official Opening This Saturday

Apple's second retail store in Taiwan opens on Saturday, June 15, and today the company shared additional details of the kind of experience customers can expect when they enter Apple Xinyi A13. Located in Taipei's bustling Xinyi District on an...
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Why Taiwan Is The Most Outspoken Critic Of Hong Kong’s Extradition Law

As debate raged in Hong Kong in recent months over a controversial extradition law that would allow the city to send suspects to mainland China, governments from countries around the world have expressed their concerns. None have been more vocal...
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Google Is Moving Us-bound Nest Production Out Of China, Reports Bloomberg

Google is moving its production of US-bound Nest devices and server hardware out of China in order to avoid tariffs as high as 25 percent, reports Bloomberg. Production of motherboards heading to Google’s US data centers have moved to Taiwan,...
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Winning! Foxconn Plans Increase In Us Manufacturing Thanks To Trump Tariffs!

Anther win for the US thanks to President Donald Trump! President Trump’s tariffs are working: Liu was speaking at Foxconn’s first investor conference in Taipei, where the company also said it was well positioned to tackle the...
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Trade Tussle: America Needs To Capitalize On Its Relationship With Taiwan

Paul J. Leaf Security, Asia Washington should negotiate a free trade agreement with Taipei. It is imperative that Washington supports Taiwan in its battle to remain independent of China. There are potent opportunities to do so before Taiwan’s...
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Vietnamese Victims Of 2016 Marine Disaster Have Filed A Landmark Lawsuit Against Formosa Plastics...

The press conference for the first transnational litigation in Taiwan. Photo credit: Nikole Nguyen. By the Global Voices Chinese Lingua team In a landmark move, victims of the 2016 marine disaster that affected the coastal communities in central...
Related topics: Lawsuits, World Photos, Vietnam

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Taiwan Flag On Display At Us-led Defense Symposium A Slap At Beijing (photos)

The US Marine Corps, Pacific, has released several photos from the Pacific Amphibious Leaders Symposium in Honolulu, Hawaii, last week, in which the Taiwanese flag and Taiwanese representatives are clearly visible, a sign, some say, of Taipei’s...
Related topics: China, Beijing, World Photos, Taipei

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Could The Navy Dust Off Its World War Ii Plan To Beat Japan And Use It On China?

James Holmes Security, Asia Would it work? Suppose Beijing opted to risk a cross-strait invasion of Taiwan. Take it from an old naval artilleryman: amphibious operations are no simple matter even when the auguries are good. And an attack on Taiwan...
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Trump Administration Plans To Sell More Than $2 Billion Of Arms To Taiwan

The proposed weapons package, including 108 tanks, is the costliest in recent years. The sale would add to tensions between the United States and China.
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Moving Towards “normalcy” In Us-taiwan Relations And Beijing’s Response To Bolton-lee Meeting...

Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that David Lee (李大維), secretary-general of Taiwan’s National Security Council, met with US National Security Adviser John Bolton during a visit to Washington earlier in May. This was the...
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Tiananmen Commemorations: An Inconvenient Truth For Beijing, A Dire Warning For Hong Kong And Taiwan

A young man takes a selfie in front of a billboard depicting the events of June 1989 before the start of the 30th-anniversary rally in Hong Kong. Photo by Georgia Popplewell (CC BY SA). Some images seem to engrave themselves in the collective...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Hong Kong, Selfies, Anniversaries, World Photos

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Taiwan Facts Of The Day

Taiwan may be small, but the island has emerged as a financial superpower thanks to the thriftiness of local savers and an eye-watering current account surplus of about 15 per cent of gross domestic product. The country now has the second-largest...

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Taiwan Has Only 1 Way To Stop China's Navy In A War

Mark Episkopos Security, Submarines.  Taipei and Beijing are seemingly sliding into an escalatory spiral amid a flurry of veiled threats and accusations. Just last week, China’s defense minister invoked Abraham Lincoln to justify the Chinese...
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The Question: Why Didn't Mao Invade Taiwan?

Ian Easton Security, Asia Why? The Battle of Taiwan was intended to be the final chapter in the Chinese Civil War, a conflict that had ravaged China from 1927 to 1949, interrupted by the Japanese invasion and occupation of Manchuria and Eastern...
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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Fujifilm, Nxp Semiconductor, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing,...

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD): Free Stock Analysis Report Fujifilm Holdings...
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