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Taiwan remains 23rd in IMD World Talent Ranking

BRUSSELS (CNA) – Taiwan retained its ranking of 23rd in the world in terms of its ability to attract, develop and keep top talent...

International experts review Taiwan’s 1st state report on CRC

TAIPEI (CNA) – Local nongovernmental organizations (NGO) advocating children's rights raised various issues on the protection of children with international experts as the weeklong...

Most Taiwanese children satisfied with their lives: survey

TAIPEI (CNA) - The majority of children in Taiwan are satisfied with their lives, although the percentage is below the global average, according to...

MediaTek forecast lose top-10 ranking among IC suppliers this year

TAIPEI (CNA) – Taiwan-based integrated circuit designer MediaTek Inc. (聯發科) is unlikely to maintain its place among the top 10 semiconductor suppliers for 2017...

Weather in Taiwan warms up slightly Tuesday

TAIPEI (CNA) – Taiwan can expect slightly warmer and drier weather on Tuesday as the seasonal northeasterly winds weaken slightly and moisture over Taiwan...

Taiwan wins first place at the 6th World of Bread Competition

KAOHSIUNG (CNA) — Kaohsiung bakers representing Taiwan at the 6th World of Bread Competition in France won first place and a couple of other...

Wave of air pollution to hit Taiwan late Friday, early Saturday

TAIPEI (CNA) — A heavy wave of air pollution is expected to hit Taiwan sometime between late Friday night and early Saturday morning, the...

Cabinet approves new chairman for CPC Corp.: MOEA

TAIPEI (CNA) — The Cabinet has approved a new chairman for state-run oil company CPC Corp. Taiwan (中油), the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA)...

Kaohsiung court rejects detention of former shipbuilder chairman

TAIPEI (CNA) – The Taiwan High Court Kaohsiung Branch denied Monday an application by local prosecutors to detain former Ching Fu Shipbuilding Co. (CFS)...

Taiwan should model itself on western welfare states: democracy pioneer

TAIPEI (CNA) – Hsu Hsin-liang (許信良), the key figure that triggered the "Zhongli Incident" against ballot-rigging in 1977, hopes Taiwan can be a western Europe-style...