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Taiwan government to look into allegations CMO illegally invested in China

Sep 16, 14:43

Vice minister of the Ministry of Economic Affairs Hwang Jung-Chiou said the government will investigate allegations that Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) has invested in and provided...

Taiwan still prohibits China Mobile equity investment in FET

Aug 28, 17:04

The Taiwan government currently still prohibits China-based companies to invest in the island's telecom carriers, and will not approve China Mobile's plan to acquire a 12% stake in...

Delegation of Lenovo and other China enterprises in Taiwan for purchase talks

Aug 24, 10:17

Representatives from 64 China-based enterprises, including Lenovo, arrived in Taiwan last week for purchase talks, according to Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA).

Taiwan hosts cross-strait forum on wind power

Aug 17, 12:22

The Taiwan government-sponsored Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and the Taiwan Wind Energy Association are jointly holding a cross-strait wind power generation forum...

Taiwan government denies report of relaxed rules on fab investment in China

Jul 30, 10:10

Officials from the Industrial Development Bureau (IDB) under Taiwan's Economics Ministry have denied a recent Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) report that indicated...

Taiwan lists manufacturing industries eligible for China-based investment

Jul 1, 13:59

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on June 30 announced regulations on China-based companies investing in Taiwan, along with a list of manufacturing industries eligible...

Chip equipment market to begin recovery by October, says The Information Network

Jun 10, 14:36

The semiconductor equipment market will begin its recovery by October 2009, according to The Information Network.

Taiwan mulling plans to relax fab investment in China

Jun 8, 15:48

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is evaluating plans to lift bans in its policies regarding investment ceilings and 12-inch wafer fab investment in China, according to...

John Hsuan

Taiwan government to release export restrictions on semi equipment to China

Feb 27, 17:10

Export restrictions on Taiwan semiconductor equipment to China will be officially released on March 1, 2009, meaning that Taiwan's semiconductor makers will be able to receive orders...

TSMC founder calls for closer ties between Taiwan foundries and China IC designers

Feb 25, 17:19

More government intervention has been seen in both Taiwan's and China's semiconductor industries in response to the challenging economic climate, according to Morris Chang, chairman...

TSMC founder and chairman Morris Chang

Foreign investors urged to use Taiwan as springboard to East Asia

Oct 2, 16:04

Taiwan's industry clusters, ideal location and expanding opportunities from the normalization of cross-strait trade relations provide a clear edge for foreign investors looking to...

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