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President Ma interviewed by <i>Forbes</i> magazine
During an interview on June 19 with US Forbes magazine, President Ma Ying-jeou discussed such issues as the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement, the development of the financial services industry in Taiwan, trade liberalization policies, the situation in East Asia, and Taiwan-US relations.  ...[Detail]
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Creating a military force that, while small, is also strong, specialized, and skillful to ensure a military balance of power in the Taiwan Strait
After taking part in celebrations marking the 90th anniversary of the establishment of the Whampoa Military Academy, President Ma Ying-jeou attended a joint graduation ceremony of the Military Academy, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, National Defense University (NDU) Fu Hsing Kang College, NDU Management College, NDU Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, and National Defense Medical Center. The president handed out diplomas to the cadets and conferred ranks to valedictorians before having lunch with the graduates and their families. ...[Detail]
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President Ma shares thoughts upon 25th anniversary of June 4th Incident
President Ma shares thoughts upon 25th anniversary of June 4th Incident ...[Detail]
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President Ma shares thoughts upon 25th anniversary of June 4th Incident ...[Detail]
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President Ma's speech on 6th anniversary of taking office: listening to youth, realizing generational justice
President Ma Ying-jeou convened a press conference at China Medical University in Taichung on May 20 to mark the sixth anniversary of his taking office. The president delivered an address, the translation of which follows: ...[Detail]
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Self-managed labor relations, a fair labor environment, and a fully developed labor market
President Ma Ying-jeou met on the morning of May 1 with persons from throughout Taiwan selected as outstanding laborers for 2014. Family members of the honorees were also on hand for the occasion. The president expressed gratitude for their outstanding contributions to the nation's economy, and emphasized that the government will continue with efforts to create a safe and dignified working environment for laborers. ...[Detail]
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