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Taiwan Business TOPICS is published monthly by the American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan, and covers current topics affecting business conditions in Taiwan, an Industry Focus section on a particular industrial sector, and other reports prepared by the magazine’s staff of experienced professional journalists.

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2017/07/16 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Visiting the Real Mongolia

Although many travelers from Taiwan visit the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, true adventures seekers don’t settle for Mongolia-light, writes Tim Ferry.

2017/07/16 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

A Trio of Taiwan's Offbeat Hotels

'Taiwan boasts an outsized number of hotels whose weirdness is either immediately evident or lies just beneath the surface.'

2017/08/31 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

How to Resolve Taiwan's Brain Drain

Reversing a long-running brain drain will be an important step on the path to economic revival.

2018/06/19 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

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.

2018/04/20 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Can Virtual Currency Be Taiwan's Financial Savior?

Taiwan is in a race against its neighbors to get its head around cryptocurrencies.

2017/09/04 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

The Big International Business of Taiwanese Swindlers

Recent cases have revealed that telephone scamming involving Taiwanese swindlers is a big international business.

2018/08/10 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Taiwan Resorts Bet on Hospitality as Hotel Price War Looms

Taiwanese resorts must double down on service amid the prospect of a price war.

2017/04/14 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Is Tech Defining the Future of Taiwan-US Relations?

There are many opportunities for future Taiwan-U.S. collaboration, argues Matt Fulco.

2017/09/05 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Taiwan's Cities Get Smart: Embracing Internet of Things

New smart-city digital technologies involving the Internet of Things are being adopted by the nation’s largest cities and could help spur economic development through industrial transformation. Some of the leading examples so far are the eTag electronic toll collection system, the EasyCard payment platform, and the Wi-Fi system on the Taoyuan Metro. Under planning is a smart-machinery center in Taichung.

2018/06/08 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Taiwan's Start-up Scene Advancing but Capital, Talent Remain Constraints

Taiwan's start-up scene is primed to move to the next level but further efforts to loosen regulation are required.

2018/03/04 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Are Trains the Future of Transport in Taiwan?

While the government remains enthusiastic about railways, others suggest large-scale spending on new infrastructure is misguided.