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Stocks are ending mostly higher on Wall Street as traders get back to work after a long holiday weekend. Health care stocks rose Tuesday following a big merger in the pharmaceutical sector. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose two points, or 0.1
Mainland China urges Taiwan for consultations on political issues with the principles of equality and "one China." This statement, according to China Central Television, today made President Xi Jinping during a meeting with the
Chances of last year's service trade pact being approved during the new Legislative Yuan session equal zero, the opposition Democratic Progressive Party's top lawmaker said Tuesday. The comment by chief whip Ker Chien-ming followed a reported
The talks came in the wake of the 1996 cross-Taiwan Strait missile crisis, launched by Beijing in retaliation for then-Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui's visit to the U.S...Wang stated in the meeting: "There is only one China in the world...The
Taipei, Feb. 17 (CNA) Politically sensitive issues across the Taiwan Strait including the titles of Taiwan officials "should be resolved through political dialogue and negotiations," a spokeswoman for China 's Taiwan Affairs Office said Monday.
Amadeo Perez Jr, the Philippines representative in Taipei, said Sunday that officials of his nation and Taiwan are engaged in talks to hammer out a free trade agreement (FTA) that will serve to boost trade and commerce between the two neighboring
The 11th, OYu of Taiwan (Wan'yuichi), Mainland Affairs Council, Executive Yuan (continent Committee) chief commissioner is the first visit to China as top Doi, Zhang Zhi Army China State Council Taiwan public office valve chamber (Kuni-dai-
Taipei, Feb. 16 (CNA) A number of events have been set for Feb. 28 to commemorate the 67th anniversary of the 228 Incident, an anti-government uprising and subsequent brutal crackdown. The Taipei City Government and the municipal Taipei 228 Memorial
Taipei, Feb. 15 (CNA) Taiwanese citizens and foreign residents enjoy affordable, quality healthcare under the broad National Health Insurance (NHI) program, but coverage is not extended to the 20,000-30,000 Chinese students pursuing studies in Taiwan.
China on Friday slammed a US navy official's remarks concerning the South China Sea and asked the United States to keep its position neutral on territorial disputes between China and the Philippines. Admiral Jonathan Greenert, commander of the US