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Taiwan Says It Has Not Been Informed Of 'Chip 4' Meeting

South Korea's foreign minister said on Thursday that Seoul is expected to attend a preliminary meeting for the so-called "Chip 4" group

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US Taiwan Soon To Start Formal Trade Talks Under New Initiative

On Thursday, Taiwan official said that The United States and Taiwan have agreed to start trade talks under new initiative to reach agreements with "economically meaningful outcomes".

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Taiwan May Unwind A $800 Mn Chip Deal With Chinese Company

Officials may force Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision, to unwind an $800 million deal with a Chinese chipmaker. At the same time Taipei is moving to protect its top engineers from mainland corporate poachers

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China-Taiwan Conflict: A Global Economic Catastrophe

Experts say that any step to destabilise or disrupt the Chinese economy may have serious implications for the entire world along with India

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China Continues Military Drills Around Taiwan Even After Pelosi's Visit End

The People's Liberation Army (PLA) Eastern Theatre Command, which oversees Taiwan, said on Monday it would continue drills in waters near Taiwan island, focusing on anti-submarine and air-to-ship strikes, state-run Global Times reported

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Developments In Taiwan Will Not Impact India: RBI Guv

Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das on Friday said India is unlikely to be impacted by any adverse developments in Taiwan

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China Deploys Aircraft Carrier Group, N-sub In Taiwan Straits Military Drills

The PLA Navy operates two aircraft carriers, the Liaoning and the Shandong, while the third one, Fujian, is undergoing trials

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Semiconductor Stocks Dip Globally As Tensions Flare Over Taiwan

US chip stocks including Nvidia Corp, Intel Corp, Qualcomm and Micron Technology Inc fell between 0.7 per cent and 1.9 per cent

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USA Committed To Support Taiwan’s Vibrant Democracy: Pelosi

Expectedly, China's foreign ministry condemned Pelosi's visit and said it seriously damages peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait

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MOFPI Signs MoU With Japan, Italy, Vietnam & Taiwan

The Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MOFPI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japan, Italy, Vietnam, and Taiwan

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Taiwan Starts Weapon Training To Common People For War Against China

America is contantly showing that it stands with Taiwan that China claims

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In Tokyo, Biden Says Would Be Willing To Use Force To Defend Taiwan

China considers the democratic island its territory, part of "one China", and says it is the most sensitive and important issue in its ties with the United States

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Taiwan's New Law To Protect Chip Secrets

Taiwan's cabinet said it had proposed new offences for "economic espionage" under the national security law, setting out punishment of up to 12 years in prison for those who leak core technologies to China or "foreign enemy forces"

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India, Taiwan Eyeing FTA, Look At Setting Up Semiconductor Manufacturing Hub

The move to set up the facility comes amid increasing demands for chips in India by automakers and technology companies, among others, when there is a global shortage of chips.

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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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