Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine
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Taiwan Business TOPICS is published monthly by the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei, and covers major current trends affecting business conditions in Taiwan, as well as in-depth coverage of particular industrial sectors, and other reports prepared by the magazines staff of experienced professional journalists.
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How Social Media Fuels Taiwan's Growing Café Culture
Can Taiwan's trendiest cafés surge to the top of a competitive market by attracting Instagram influencers?
Taiwanese Investors Size Up the North Korean Market
Taiwan has abided by tighter Trump-era sanctions on North Korea, but in 2016, Taiwan was its fourth largest trading partner.
Taiwan's Dream to Excel in IoT Edges Closer to Reality
The government's ambitious targets to grow Taiwan's internet of things industry are coming together despite talent-related teething troubles.
How the American Institute in Taiwan Grew From Uncertain Beginnings
Establishing the AIT, which recently opened its new complex in Neihu, took a combination of diplomatic resilience and timely penny-pinching.
Taichung's Machinery Industry Smartens Up amid 5+2 Transformation Drive
Taiwan's plans to push its machine tools industry into the next phase are taking shape in Taichung.
Making Sense of Taiwan's Renewable Power Push
The latest on Taiwan's push to achieve 20 percent of its power generation through renewables by 2025.
Taiwan Resorts Bet on Hospitality as Hotel Price War Looms
Taiwanese resorts must double down on service amid the prospect of a price war.
How Medical Missionaries Helped Quash Disease in Taiwan
Taiwan has staved off pestilence and become a regional model in disease control thanks to the contributions of a motley crew of medical heroes.
Strolling Sip by Sip Along Taiwan's Tea Trail
From expensive high-mountain oolong to humble roadside tea stands, Taiwan does not mess around when it comes to perfecting the art of tea.
Trouble in Paradise as Kenting Suffers from Tourism Decline
Kenting’s tourist arrivals have plunged amidst complaints about service quality, prices, and litter.
Exploring Taiwan's Hidden Underwater Gems
Taiwan may not be renowned for its scuba diving, but the island is hiding some beautiful sites for divers of all levels. That is, if citizens and officials do their part to protect them.
Taiwan's 2025 Energy Goals Demand an 'Energy 'Czar'
Taiwan's desire to abandon nuclear and cultivate renewables demands a dedicated body, according to AmCham Taipei.