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Parameters of pension reform plan released; 18% interest plan to be phased out
Vice President Chen Chien-jen outlined the government's pension reform plan today. The goal of the reform program, he said, is to extend by nine to 14 years Taiwan's major pension plans, which are expected to run out of money by between 2027 and 2031. It will increase pension premium rates and phase out the preferential 18 percent savings rate program.

In the plan announced today, the 18 percent interest drawn by some public employees on retirement accounts will be phased out. It will ...(more)
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Uber to Work with Taxis?
Uber's Taiwan office says it will start working with Taiwan's Taxi Driver Labor Union in February through an app called UberTaxi. The app will enable consumers to hail a regular taxi and pay a standard taxi meter fare, and taxi drivers will have access to the platform for free, at least initially.

The move should ease the tension between Uber and Taiwan's cabs, but it won't help the ...(more)
Taiwan’s delegation to Trump inauguration visits Congress
Taiwan's delegation to Donald Trump's inauguration arrived in Washington on Wednesday and met with some old friends on Capitol Hill. The head of the delegation, former Premier Yu Shyi-kun, had little to say about the discussions that took place, explaining that he was under orders from President Tsai Ing-wen to maintain a low profile.

Taiwan’s delegation to Trump’s inauguration visited ..(more)
New special edition Universiade smart watch integrates EasyCard functionality with heartbeat monitor
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je announced today the city is partnering with tech giants Acer and MediaTek on a special edition smart watch for the Taipei Universiade later this year. Promising to integrate EasyCard functionality with a heart rate monitor, the watch will help highlight Taiwan's strength in innovation in front of the event's international audience.

Donning a Taipei Universiade ..(more)
New Taipei announces line of Lunar New Year events across city’s museums and tourism factories
New Taipei's Cultural Affairs Department will hold a special Lunar New Year festival this year that brings together the city's museums and tourism factories. Visitors will have the chance to participate in DIY activities and collect seasonally-themed prizes.

Dragon and lion dancers added Lunar New Year flair to the announcement by New Taipei’s Cultural Affairs Department that the city’s ..(more)
Taoyuan Lantern Festival in Longtan District to feature Taiwan’s first round-the-lake lantern show
The 15th annual Taoyuan Lantern Festival will be held in the city's Hakka-influenced Longtan District, and organizers will be handing out rooster-themed handheld lanterns in celebration of the upcoming Year of the Rooster. A 12-meter-tall main lantern is set to feature in a show stretching along the banks of Longtan Lake.

Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan held a colorful ceremony to ..(more)
Screen Protector Pricing Questioned
The Consumers' Foundation is raising questions about the pricing of screen protectors for smartphones, after a random sampling of the protective films on the market revealed up to an 11-fold difference in price between relatively similar products.

The foundation said location makes a big difference in price, with screen protectors sold in major electronics chains three times as expensive ..(more)

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On the day after the Tsai-Trump call, on December 3, a high-ranking Chinese official told Taiwan not to engage in “petty actions,” but Taiwan hasn’t done that.
 
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