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  • The meeting with the National Development Council and other relevant government agencies was very positive. The ECCT's position was very clear: the ARC is a government issued ID, and should enjoy the ...

  • At the launch of its 2015 Position Papers, the ECCT announced progress on a number of the issues raised in its previous (2014) Position Papers that had not been previously announced. In total, nine is ...

  • The Taoyuan International Airport Corporation (TIAC) has announced that it will reduce landing fees for airlines by 15% temporarily. The announcement follows extensive consultations between government ...

  • The Ministry of Education (MoE) has made changes to regulations to improve the treatment of non-Taiwanese students in Taiwan. The changes allow the children of multinational enterprises' PRC, Hong Kon ...

  • The ECCT today announced that recommendations made in two of the issues raised in the 2014 Position Paper of the chamber's Telecommunications Media and Content (TMC) committee have either been fully a ...

  • The ECCT has made progress on 11 of the issues that were raised in its 2014 Position Papers. The announcement follows the chamber's meeting with the National Development Council (NDC) and attended by ...

  • The ECCT today commended the Taiwan government for taking another important step towards making Taiwan more competitive. This follows an announcement last week by the Ministry of Interior (MoI) that i ...

  • An ECCT delegation of committee chairpersons led by Chairman Giuseppe Izzo and CEO Freddie Hoeglund met with ROC Premier Jiang Yi-huah and senior cabinet officials on 12 September. During the meeting, ...

  • The ECCT resolved four issues and made progress on a further 11 of the issues that were raised in its 2013 Position Papers. The announcement follows the chamber's meeting with the Council for Economic ...

  • The Tax Administration under the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has announced a new measure designed to improve efficiency and ultimately encourage spending by tourists in Taiwan. The MoF has announced tha ...