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Engagement brings prosperity, while isolation brings atrophy
On the evening of July 27, President Ma Ying-jeou visited Jenn Lann Temple in Dajia District, Taichung City to address a crowd assembled in the square in front of the temple on the benefits of the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement. In addition to dispelling false claims about the agreement, the president also explained how it will benefit Taiwan. ...[Detail]
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President Ma visits family of army corporal Hong Zhongqiu
President Ma Ying-jeou paid his respects on July 20 at a memorial for army corporal Hong Zhongqiu (洪仲丘), whose death has sparked a public uproar. In expressing his condolences to Hong's family, the president stressed that the government will work speedily to get to the bottom of the case, apprehend and punish those responsible, and provide generous compensation to the family. At the same time, he said, a thorough examination of the military's discipline system will take place in order to prevent the recurrence of a similar tragedy. ...[Detail]
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Helping Taiwan do business, raising its competitiveness
On the afternoon of July 11, President Ma Ying-jeou attended a conference on the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement as it relates to the financial services industry. The conference was organized by the Executive Yuan's Mainland Affairs Council and the Financial Supervisory Commission. The president spoke about the benefits of the Cross-Straits Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) since its implementation in 2010, and also stressed the importance of the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement and the Agreement between New Zealand and the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen, and Matsu on Economic Cooperation (ANZTEC) to Taiwan's future economic development. He encouraged the financial sector and the government to work together "to help Taiwan do business and raise Taiwan's competitiveness." ...[Detail]
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Trade in services pact with mainland China to foster business opportunities
President Ma Ying-jeou visited Taichung City on the afternoon of July 3 to attend a forum on business opportunities that will be created by the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement, an extension of the Cross-Straits Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) signed in June 2010. The forum was organized by the General Chamber of Commerce of the ROC (ROCCOC), the Taiwan External Trade Development Council, and related trade associations. In addition to reiterating the benefits of the ECFA since it went into effect, President Ma also emphasized the importance of the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement to Taiwan's economic development. He expressed hope that similar conferences of this type will be arranged and that the details of the agreement will be fully explained to related industries, thereby clearing up any misconceptions about the pact. The president stated that this would help the public clearly understand the agreement as well as the benefits that it will bring. ...[Detail]
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Resolute defense and effective deterrence—the ROC's military strategy
On the morning of June 26, President Ma was accompanied by Secretary-General to the President Timothy Chin-Tien Yang (楊進添), National Security Council Secretary-General Jason C. Yuan (袁健生), and Minister of National Defense Kao Hua-chu (高華柱), to ceremonies held at the Armed Forces Officers' Club in downtown Taipei to mark the conferral of ranks to senior officers in the army, navy, and air force. In addition to congratulating the officers and their families, the president encouraged all members of the armed forces to display the highest degree of discipline to ensure that they are well prepared for combat and command the people's respect. ...[Detail]
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Energy conservation, carbon reduction, and sustainable development
President Ma Ying-jeou on June 18 attended the Green+ Together Taiwan Sustainability Summit, where he spoke on the government's current energy policy and visions for the future. He also encouraged all sectors of society to continue working with the government to jointly promote sustainable development throughout the world. ...[Detail]
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