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Promoting trade liberalization, hastening regional economic integration
At noon on November 8, President Ma Ying-jeou attended a reception at the Taipei Guest House to celebrate the signing of the Agreement between Singapore and the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu on Economic Partnership (ASTEP). The president stressed that this accord marks a major step toward greater trade liberalization. The government will continue to negotiate and sign free trade agreements and economic cooperation agreements with other major trading partners to hasten Taiwan's participation in regional economic integration, he said. ...[Detail]
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Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement to create business opportunities
President Ma Ying-jeou met on November 1 with members of the e-commerce industry at a seminar and exchanged opinions on a broad array of topics, including "future development strategies for the nation's e-commerce industry," "establishing third-party payment services," and "follow-up assistance to the e-commerce industry in conjunction with the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement." ...[Detail]
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Stay the Course and Move Forward in Unity to Create a New Era for the Nation
Legislative Yuan President Wang Jin-Pyng, President Tommy E. Remengesau, Jr. of the Republic of Palau; Prime Minister and Mrs. Gordon Darcy Lilo of Solomon Islands, Vice President Aja Dr. Isatou Njie-Saidy of the Republic of The Gambia; Delegations from abroad; Members of the diplomatic corps; Vice President Wu; Presidents of the Five Yuan of the ROC; Senior Advisors and National Policy Advisors; Heads of government agencies; Overseas compatriots; My fellow citizens: Good morning to you all! ...[Detail]
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Participating in regional economic integration, promoting trade liberalization
President Ma Ying-jeou met on the afternoon of October 1 with the delegation that will represent the ROC at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Week. In addition to expressing his appreciation to former Vice President Vincent C. Siew (蕭萬長) for heading the delegation as the Leader's Representative at the APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting (AELM), he also urged the delegation to take advantage of this opportunity to update the international community on Taiwan's efforts and determination to participate in regional economic integration. ...[Detail]
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A critical juncture in the development of democracy and rule of law in Taiwan
President Ma Ying-jeou was accompanied by Vice President Wu Den-yih and Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) at a press conference held at the Presidential Office Building on the afternoon of September 8 to address the alleged influence peddling by Legislative Yuan President Wang Jin-pyng (王金平) that was revealed by the Special Investigation Division of the Supreme Prosecutors Office. ...[Detail]
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Carrying forward a distinguished heritage; implementing reform measures
On the morning of August 30, President Ma Ying-jeou attended activities at the Armed Forces Cultural Center in Taipei to celebrate 2013 Armed Forces Day and National Defense Education Day. The president stated that the nation should recognize the outstanding contributions of its armed forces in recent years in disaster preparedness, disaster rescue, and reconstruction. He said that the public should not lose faith in the military due to a single incident, nor should members of the armed forces lose morale. ...[Detail]
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