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Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-Wen Affirms Net-zero Emissions By 2050

Taiwan has established long-term reduction targets and is planning a practical path to attain 2050 net-zero emissions. The Taiwan Climate Alliance, formed by eight ICT companies, has set the goal of using renewable energy in 100 percent of their manufacturing processes by 2050 and will lead other manufacturers in the supply chain to jointly reach this target. Taiwan experienced its worst drought in more than 50 years, which was followed by abnormally heavy rainfall. One can clearly see how climate change has profoundly affected the whole world.

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Jinping Rejects External Interference In Taiwan Matter

The Chinese President says that the region will be reunited with China but external interference is not acceptable.

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Taiwan Looks At World For Help Amid Rising Chinese Excursions

Country in talks with France, Australia and USA (and its allies) for seeking help against the rising military and political pressure from China.

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India And Taiwan In Talks On Chip Plant And Trade Deal

Officials in New Delhi and Taipei have met in recent weeks to discuss a deal that would bring a chip plant worth an estimated $7.5 billion to India to supply everything from 5G devices to electric cars.

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Taiwan To Send India Medical Oxygen Concentrators And Cylinders: Taiwan Ambassador Baushuan Ger

Taiwan is working hard to provide much needed oxygen cylinder to India. Baushuan Ger, Taiwan’s ambassador to India told BW Businessworld that a committee is set up to expedite the process. “We are deliberating the quantity as how much can be sent to India quickly. Earlier Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen conveyed solidarity with India and offered assistance as Covid 19 induced pandemic’s second wave has choked Indian health infrastructure to its limit.

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How Toyota Thrives When The Chips Are Down

Automakers fear there will be more disruptions to chip supplies because of rising demand as cars become more digital and electric, as well as fierce rivalry for chips from makers of smart phones to computers to aircraft to industrial robots.

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Amid rising tensions, China suspends pineapples import from Taiwan

Amid rising tensions, China suspends pineapples import from Taiwan

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Over 200 people march in Taipei ahead of 228 incident

Over 200 people march in Taipei ahead of 228 incident

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8 Chinese fighter aircraft enter Taipei's air defense zone as Taiwan appoints US-trained defence minister

8 Chinese fighter aircraft enter Taipei's air defense zone as Taiwan appoints US-trained defence minister

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Taiwan concerned about China's destabilising actions near Diaoyutai islands: Report

Taiwan concerned about China's destabilising actions near Diaoyutai islands: Report

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Taiwan's deal to receive 5 mln Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines foiled by outside sources, says Minister

Taiwan's deal to receive 5 mln Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines foiled by outside sources, says Minister

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US should help Taiwan defend itself from Chinese aggression, says New York-based think tank

US should help Taiwan defend itself from Chinese aggression, says New York-based think tank

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Chinese face-swapping app poses 'grave security threat': Taiwan's official

Chinese face-swapping app poses 'grave security threat': Taiwan's official

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China's power to inflict damage to Czech for supporting Taiwan, Tibet 'greatly overestimated': Prague mayor

China's power to inflict damage to Czech for supporting Taiwan, Tibet 'greatly overestimated': Prague mayor

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Taiwan should join global semiconductor alliance against China: Expert

Taiwan should join global semiconductor alliance against China: Expert

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