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Belgium’s Flemish legislature urges closer Taiwan ties

Taipei Times 04 Mar 2021
The resolution called on international organizations, such as the WHO and the International Civil Aviation Organization, to allow Taiwan meaningful participation, the office said. It also called for Taiwan’s involvement in international treaties, such as the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the office said.
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New policies needed to solve fruit export impasse: NPP

Taipei Times 04 Mar 2021
The government has highlighted the importance of diversifying the nation’s export markets, but it is unclear whether it has ever surveyed potential markets and worked to improve the quality of fruit farming to enhance Taiwan’s international competitiveness, she said.
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TAIEX plunges 1.88 percent to close below 16,000

Taipei Times 04 Mar 2021
... profits on some high-flying tech stocks due to concerns over heightened valuations, bringing the TAIEX lower, the performance of Taiwan’s stock market was still strong compared with other markets, Mega International Investment Services Corp (兆豐國際投顧) analyst Alex Huang (黃國偉) said.
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German warship to cross South China Sea for first time since 2002

Al Jazeera 04 Mar 2021
China has established military outposts on artificial islands across the South China Sea, which is also claimed by Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Taiwan and the Philippines, which took China to the international court over its claims ... ‘Rules-based international order’.
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Airline workers want vaccines

Taipei Times 04 Mar 2021
The 117,000 doses of AstraZenaca vaccines arrived at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on Wednesday morning ... An airline crew arrives at a testing station operated by the Centers for Disease Control at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in an undated photograph ... Internal ...
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KMT urges review of fruit export firm

Taipei Times 04 Mar 2021
State-funded Mitagri Co, once described as the ‘national agricultural marketing team,’ has not helped farmers expand internationally, KMT said ... However, the company has been performing poorly and has not helped Taiwanese growers expand to international markets, she said.
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Shiffrin calls for "more consideration" when selecting Olympic hosts amid Beijing 2022 controversy

Inside The Games 04 Mar 2021
American skiing star Mikaela Shiffrin believes the International Olympic Committee (IOC) should take "more consideration" when selecting host cities with Beijing 2022 embroiled in controversy ... Beijing's crackdown on protesters in Hong Kong and its policies towards Taiwan and Tibet has also resulted in vocal international condemnation.
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Tsai, local heads promote pineapples

Taipei Times 03 Mar 2021
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday promoted pineapples along with Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) local government heads from southern Taiwan ... “Taiwan will stand together in unity, as people face unreasonable actions in international trade.” ... The international community will also stand with Taiwan.”.
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First batch of vaccines arrives: CECC

Taipei Times 03 Mar 2021
The vaccines were flown to Taiwan by Korean Air and arrived at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport at 10.21am, said Minister of Health and Welfare Chen Shih-chung (陳時中), who heads the center ... are unloaded from a Korean Air plane at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport yesterday.
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Donald Kirk: Pondering Taiwan's future with President Biden

Waco Tribune-Herald 03 Mar 2021
China’s claims to the breakaway island province of Taiwan have become so strident, so carefully menacing, that the danger of China attempting to wrest it by force of arms, daring the U.S. to come to Taiwan’s rescue, has increased to its highest level in decades ... would fight for Taiwan if China translated its rhetorical threats into war.
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Prickly problem: Taiwan says won’t be beaten by China pineapple ban

Metro USA 03 Mar 2021
Taiwan’s infuriated government called the ban a political move to further pressure the Chinese-claimed island, a charge that China denied ... “As long as we unite and support the hard-working farmers and support our high quality products, the international community will stand on the same frontlines as Taiwan.”.
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Lithuania plans to open office in Taiwan: report

Taipei Times 03 Mar 2021
In April last year, 50 Lithuanian members of parliament, along with more than 200 political and intellectual figures, wrote a joint letter to Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda expressing their support for Taiwan to join international organizations and to establish an office in Taiwan.
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Prickly problem: Taiwan says won't be beaten by China pineapple ban

The Times of India 03 Mar 2021
Taiwan's infuriated government called the ban a political move to further pressure the Chinese-claimed island, a charge that China denied ... "As long as we unite and support the hard-working farmers and support our high quality products, the international community will stand on the same frontlines as Taiwan.".

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