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These are in-depth pre- and post-show reports on major international trade fairs, held in Taiwan and other countries with significant participation by Taiwanese manufacturers and exporters. They are offered to help global buyers and other readers better understand what is going on at the fairs and the latest offerings by Taiwanese exhibitors.


South Korea March Output Surges as China Factory Shutdowns</h2>

South Korea March Output Surges as China Factory Shutdowns

Apr 30, 2020

South Korea’s March factory output jumped by the most in 11 years as demand for display panels and cars received an unexpected boost from lengthy shutdowns in competing Chinese factories amid the coronavirus pandemic. Industrial output surged by a seasonally adjusted 4.6% in March from a month earlier, government data showed on Wednesday, marking the biggest expansion since a 7.3% jump in Febr...


Minister of Economy: Deglobalization is a Must</h2>

Minister of Economy: Deglobalization is a Must

Apr 29, 2020

Minister of Economy Shen Rongjin pointed out yesterday (28) that from the US-China trade war to the spread of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the "de-globalization" of manufacturing is now a key issue for companies. In addition to the use of Industry 4.0 Internet of Things remote control machines , And also readjust the global stronghold. He also said that companies including information and c...


Ministry of Economy approves seven SMEs to invest 1.4 billion yuan</h2>

Ministry of Economy approves seven SMEs to invest 1.4 billion yuan

Jan 15, 2020

Investment Taiwan Office approved today (15) seven small and medium-sized enterprises to expand their investment by approximately 1.4 billion yuan for transformation and upgrading, including Taiwan Precision Gear Industry, Yangsteel Casting, Deyu Enterprise, Pujiakang Xingye, Xie Titanium Technology, Xinmei Industrial and Shangshang Hong company. The Ministry of Economic Affairs pointed out that...


UKTW I2P Celebrates First Successful Year of UK-TW Science Research Cooperation</h2>

UKTW I2P Celebrates First Successful Year of UK-TW Science Research Cooperation

Mar 28, 2019

ITRI and British Office Taipei today hosted an event to recognize the first successful year of the UK-Taiwan Innovative Industries Programme (UKTW I2P), which was launched in March 2018 to promote UK-Taiwan science research bilateral cooperation activities. UKTW I2P is the first UK government-funded program of this kind, aiming to strengthen UK-Taiwan collaboration in key areas such as biotech...


China's New Face of E-Commerce Sees Rise of Smart Lockers</h2>

China's New Face of E-Commerce Sees Rise of Smart Lockers

Dec 10, 2018

With the rise of the “unmanned economy” in China, new trends in the self-pickup market like the “smart shelf” are giving way to the “smart locker,” which has combined Internet of Things and AI technology. Chinese e-commerce JoyBuy Go has built a reputation based on its embracement of unmanned economy, its “smart shelf” that was introduced to the public last November has seen an upgrade to “sma...


Local Manufacturing Sector Flashes 5th Sluggish Growth </h2>

Local Manufacturing Sector Flashes 5th Sluggish Growth

Nov 29, 2018

With the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute, uprooted financial sector, sluggish sales for the new Apple smartphone, the manufacturing industry sees a pessimistic forecast for the next six months. This has led to the local manufacturing sector to flash a “yellow-blue” light in October, said Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER) on Thursday, making this the fifth consecutive month of slugg...


MOEA data shows Taiwan's industrial production index is on its 8th month of consecutive growth. (EDN file photo)

Industrial Production Index Up for 8th Month in October: MOEA

Nov 20, 2018

Taiwan’s industrial production index saw an eighth year-on-year consecutive month growth in the third quarter this year, rising 8.39% from a year earlier in October, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA). This is due to a stabilized global economy, the MOEA reported. The continual growth behind Taiwan’s industrial production index stems from the island’s traditional industries, ...


Mr. Frédéric Dupont, President and CEO of Exagan, delivering his speech during the grand opening of Exagan Taiwan Ltd.

GaN Semiconductor Specialist Exagan Forms Taiwan Subsidiary and Opens Sales and Applications Center in Taipei to Accelerate the Use of GaN in Charger and Server Markets

Oct 18, 2018

Grenoble, France – October 18, 2018 – Exagan, a leading innovator of gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductor technology enabling smaller and more efficient electrical converters, has established Exagan Taiwan Ltd. with a new sales and applications center in Taiwan – the company’s first step in its global market deployment – to accelerate the development and use of fast, intelligent GaN power solutio...


Industrial Technology Research Institute industry analyst Alex Su offers suggestions for Taiwan companies in the 5G era. (photographed by CENS.com)

Industry experts weigh in on Taiwan's 5G possibilities

Oct 15, 2018

Taipei - With government plans to postpone announcing frequency spectrums for 5th generation mobile network (5G) until 2020, renewed interest in how Taiwan mobile network operators and the industry will proceed was ignited as the island’s top regulator National Communications Commission called their updated plans a move as a “smarter follower.” Rather than charging ahead of the pack, the Taiwa...


Chart indicates export and growth rate value in the past year versus export value in U.S. dollars.The blue-coded bar graph represents export value; orange line graph represents annual growth rate. (photo taken from Ministry of Finance)

Sept. Exports Sees 2nd High Year-On-Year

Oct 09, 2018

Taiwan’s exports reaches a second-high for September at US$296.20 billion, compared to the same figures as last year, reported Ministry of Finance (MOF) statistics. The island’s exports have reached a three-month consecutive growth rate, however, among the four prime markets that Taiwan is exporting to, Southeast Asian markets have performed dismally: exports to the region have fallen for thr...