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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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Promoting a green economy and creating a sustainable environment
President Ma Ying-jeou met on the afternoon of April 22 with a delegation of representatives from private environmental protection organizations in Taiwan. The president applauded the dedication of these organizations and individuals over the years to environmental protection. He also explained the government's policy plans and visions with respect to national spatial planning, the tourist gaming industry, renewable energy sources, the conservation of plant and animal life, and sustainable development. ...[Detail]
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Safeguarding sovereignty, shelving disputes, pursuing peace and reciprocity, and promoting joint exploration and development
President Ma Ying-jeou visited the Academia Sinica on the morning of April 17 to attend an international academic seminar entitled "Examining the Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands Dispute Under New and Multiple Perspectives." In addition to outlining the four major stages in the course of development of the dispute over the Dioayutai Islets, the president also called on all parties involved to act in accordance with his East China Sea Peace Initiative and the Statement on East China Sea Airspace Security in resolving the dispute. ...[Detail]
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Mutual trust with US bears fruit, takes cooperation to new level
President Ma Ying-jeou met on the morning of April 14 with a delegation led by Gina McCarthy, administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The president explained the substantive results of the government's environmental protection work and also jointly witnessed with Administrator McCarthy the formal establishment of the International Environmental Partnership initiative, launched by the Executive Yuan's Environmental Protection Administration. ...[Detail]
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President Ma’s March 29, 2014 press conference in response to students’ four demands
President Ma holds an international press conference on the recent student movement to respond to the students' four demands. ...[Detail]
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Promoting Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement, increasing Taiwan’s competitiveness
On the morning of March 23, President Ma Ying-jeou held an international press conference on the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA). ...[Detail]
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