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Advancing regional economic integration, promoting innovative industrial development
President Ma Ying-jeou met on the morning of November 3 with the delegation from the ROC that would attend the 2014 APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting (AELM). The president thanked former Vice President Vincent C. Siew (蕭萬長), his envoy and the delegation leader, and called on the delegation to take advantage of the AELM to show the international community Taiwan's sincere intent to participate in regional economic integration via the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). ...[Detail]
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President Ma Interviewed by <i>The New York Times</i>
During an interview on October 31 with The New York Times, President Ma Ying-jeou discussed such issues as the chances of a meeting with his mainland Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, the development of Hong Kong’s democracy, regional economic integration, relations between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait, a fisheries agreement between Taiwan and Japan, the state of the South China Sea, and Taiwan’s military preparedness. ...[Detail]
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Proud of Our Democracy, Proud of Taiwan
President Ma Ying-jeou and Mrs. Ma in the morning attend the ROC’s 103rd Double Tenth National Day celebration at the plaza in front of the Presidential Office Building. At the event, President Ma delivers an address entitled “Proud of Our Democracy, Proud of Taiwan.” ...[Detail]
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Participating in regional economic integration and building Taiwan into a free economic island
On the morning of September 29, President Ma Ying-jeou attended the opening ceremonies of the 20th congress of the World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce (WTCC) and the third joint conference of directors and supervisors. The president applauded the organization for its community service activities, and for its support of government policy. He also briefed the audience on the government's trade liberalization measures. ...[Detail]
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Communication, talks, and dialogue—establishing peace in East Asia
On the evening of September 19, President Ma Ying-jeou received the 2014 Eisenhower Medallion from People to People International (PTPI). During his meeting with members of the PTPI prior to the award ceremony, the president recognized the contributions of the organization to world peace. He also reiterated that the ROC is actively playing a role as a peacemaker by promoting harmony in the international community. ...[Detail]
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Integrating with the Asia-Pacific region, deploying worldwide, transforming Taiwan into a free economic island
President Ma Ying-jeou and Vice President Wu Den-yih visited the Fullon Hotel Yamay in Taichung City on the evening of September 9 to attend a Mid-Autumn Festival banquet for representatives of Taiwan-invested firms based in mainland China. In addition to thanking the owners of these Taiwanese companies for the contributions they have made to the local economy, the president also expressed hope that the government and the private sector can work together to build Taiwan into a "free economic island" in the Asia-Pacific region. ...[Detail]
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