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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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A prosperous Taiwan, a peaceful Taiwan Strait, and a friendly international environment
At the Fulbright Research Workshop, held by the Foundation for Scholarly Exchange, President Ma met with Fulbright grantees from America who are currently doing research in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and mainland China, and shared views with them on a broad range of topics, including cross-strait relations, international relations, and exchange in the fields of science, technology, and culture. ...[Detail]
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Statement on East China Sea Air Space Security
On the morning of February 26, 2014, President Ma Ying-jeou attended the International Conference on Peace and Security in East Asia. In remarks, he outlined the successes achieved by the ROC government through its commitment to peaceful dispute resolution in line with the principles of the East China Sea Peace Initiative. Also, with an eye to promoting regional peace, stability, and prosperity, President Ma released a Statement on East China Sea Air Space Security. ...[Detail]
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Bringing the law closer to common sense, fostering trust in the judiciary
President Ma Ying-jeou met on the morning of February 21 with advocates of judicial reform at a seminar and exchanged opinions on a wide range of topics, including the lay judge system and the judicial evaluation system. The president stated that these steps will bring the legal system more closely in line with common sense, and increase public trust in the judiciary. ...[Detail]
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Participating in regional integration to find a viable path forward for Taiwan's economy
On the morning of February 17, President Ma Ying-jeou attended the opening ceremonies of a seminar on the nation's strategy for joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). He noted that over 20 of the ROC's overseas envoys have returned to Taiwan to attend the seminar and participate in the overall strategic planning associated with this initiative. The president said that the envoys will play a crucial role in enabling the international community to understand Taiwan's determination to promote trade liberalization, adding that this will help to expand Taiwan's presence in international economic and trade relations. ...[Detail]
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Participating in regional integration to find a viable way for Taiwan's economy
President Ma Ying-jeou on the morning of February 5 attended a banquet at the Grand Hotel in Taipei to mark the Lunar New Year hosted by representatives of Taiwan-invested enterprises based in mainland China. In addition to expressing his best wishes and Lunar New Year greetings to those attending the event, he also encouraged them to work together with the government in promoting peace and prosperity between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait. ...[Detail]
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