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Taiwan’s passport was listed as the 35th strongest in the world by Henley and Partners, staying on the same spot as last year, reports said Saturday (June 29).
Taipei ranks as the 66th most livable city in 2024, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) annual Global Liveability Index 2024.
The results for this year’s World Competitiveness Ranking are out, with smaller economies dominating the top 10 spots, according to Switzerland’s International Institute for Management Development (IMD), comparing 67 economies based on over 250 indicators across four broad categories of economic performance, government efficiency, business efficiency and iInfrastructure.
To grow the international visibility of Taiwan's MICE industry, the International Trade Administration (TITA) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs hosted the International MICE Round Table Summit from 3-5 June 2024.
Taiwan’s passport was listed as the 69th strongest in the world by the VisaGuide.World Passport Index, reports said Friday (June 14).
Taiwan is ranked the 2nd “most loved” country in Asia due to its democracy, friendliness, and high respect.
GO SMART brings together the collaborative energy of cities worldwide, leveraging years of experience in the implementation of smart city initiatives. It is dedicated to sharing people-centered public-private partnership solutions to unlock interdisciplinary challenges in urban development, with a focus on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 17: Partnerships for the Goals and SDGs 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities. Since the inception of the GO SMART Award, global smart city experts have p
The biggest names in Asia’s amusement industry are heading to Bangkok for the IAAPA Expo Asia 2024, the largest trade exhibition of its kind in the region:
Malaysia said Thursday (May 16) it will open its automated gates for immigration clearance to Taiwanese tourists starting next month.
The International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with UFI, The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry.