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Government funds help solar firms earn profits abroad, says NSP chairman

Sep 11, 11:43

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs will assign representatives to Hsinchu Science Park to assess the possibility of providing funds to Taiwan-based solar firms, according to Quincy...

Quincy Lin, chairman of NSP

Taiwan to announce policies promoting LED lighting on May 15

Apr 25, 01:30

Due to criticism of the recent price hikes of gasoline and upcoming price increases for electricity, Taiwan president, Ma Ying-jeou, has vowed to encourage citizens to adopt LED lighting...

President Ma

Fourth nuclear power plant will not operate if unsafe, says Taipower

Aug 1, 17:19

Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou's announcement of commercial operations of the fourth nuclear power plant has spurred concerns. Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) announced on July 29...

Taiwan president holds solar forum with Taiwan-based firms

May 24, 17:08

Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou held a forum with Taiwan-based solar firms to discuss the future of the solar industry. Many firms analyzed Taiwan-based companies' strengths and weaknesses...

Intel CEO Otelini to visit Taiwan

Oct 15, 10:20

Intel CEO Paul Otelini is reportedly to visit Taiwan on October 28, and is likely to have a meeting with Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou. Otelini's visit to Taiwan comes after Intel...

Home-grown IP crucial to future of Taiwan high-tech industry, says Macronix president

May 19, 17:08

Development of home-grown IP and key technologies will play a decisive role in allowing Taiwan's high-tech industry to keep pace with foreign rivals, said Chih-Yuan Lu, president...

President Ma visiting Macronix headquarters

Taiwan president pushes renewable energy bill

Apr 16, 16:38

Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou, in his address to the a national energy conference held in Taipei on April 15, urged the Legislative Yuan to pass the Renewable Energy Development Ordinance...

Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou

Taiwan aims to become top wireless region in the world, says premier

Jun 3, 12:01

The Taiwan government has listed the development of wireless infrastructure as one of the 12 new construction projects aimed at stimulating the economy in Taiwan, according to newly...

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