F-16 repair center prioritized

INDUSTRIAL CREDITS: Creation of a sustainment center would make Taiwan the go-to for F-16 maintenance in the region and help…

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Tsai: Taiwan can make a difference in the world

Radio Taiwan International Date: 2018-10-19 President Tsai Ing-wen says Taiwan is able to have a positive impact on the international community. Tsai was speaking Friday while receiving participants in two youth ambassador programs organized…

F-16 repair center prioritized

INDUSTRIAL CREDITS: Creation of a sustainment center would make Taiwan the go-to for F-16 maintenance in the region and help its indigenous jet-building efforts Taipei Times Date: Oct 20, 2018 By: Lo Tien-pin and Jonathan…

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Quick-drying clothes found to have carcinogens

Radio Taiwan International Date: 2018-10-19 More than one third of quick-drying clothes on the market contain excessive levels of metallic elements. That’s according to a spot-check conducted by the Chinese Taipei Consumers Foundation. Quick-drying clothes are becoming increasingly…

Returning firms have support: premier

BIGGER NOT BETTER? William Lai said the government would not be able to handle labor-intensive companies, so it would be best if they met its development goals Taipei Times Date: Oct 20, 2018 By: Sean Lin  /  Staff reporter…

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Self-driving bus to debut at Taichung Flora Expo

Radio Taiwan International Date: 2018-10-19 Taiwan’s first-ever medium-sized self-driving bus is set to the hit the road by the end of the year. That’s according to the economics ministry on Friday. The bus is to undergo trials at the Taichung…

Taiwan News: Interpol, Vatican Reject Taiwan

Your daily bulletin of Taiwan news, courtesy of ICRT. The News Lens Date: 2018/10/19 By: International Community Radio Taipei (ICRT) The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is voicing its regret over Interpol’s refusal to accept a request to allow Taiwan to attend its…

Taipower bid to scrap EIAs for Shenao plant received

Taipei Times Date: Oct 20, 2018 By: Lin Chia-nan  /  Staff reporter The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) yesterday said that it received an application from Taiwan Power Co (Taipower) to scrap environmental impact assessment (EIA) approvals for the Shenao power plant.…