Medical collaboration with Cho Ray Hospital

Medical collaboration with Cho Ray Hospital

Collaboration between Cho Ray Hospital Oncology Center and an international counterpart is set to help improve the quality of medical treatments.
Japan, RoK, Taiwan welcome back Vietnamese guest workers

Japan, RoK, Taiwan welcome back Vietnamese guest workers

Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Taiwan (China) have announced their plans to resume the reception of Vietnamese labourers from November as many foreign labour markets have reopened after the COVID-19 pandemic is basically controlled.
Taiwanese financial behemoth Cathay United Bank supports foreign investment in Vietnam

Taiwanese financial behemoth Cathay United Bank supports foreign investment in Vietnam

Benny Miao, executive vice president of Cathay United Bank Taiwan, sheds light on the bank’s strategies to cement its position.
Taiwan Mobile joins Tiki's Series E funding with $20 million

Taiwan Mobile joins Tiki's Series E funding with $20 million

Taiwan Mobile, the second-largest mobile operator in Taiwan, has invested $20 million in Tiki's Series E funding round, entering the Vietnamese market.
Taiwan's Giant Group to develop new factory in Binh Duong

Taiwan's Giant Group to develop new factory in Binh Duong

Taiwan's largest bicycle manufacturer Giant Group will inject $48 million into a new factory in the southern province of Binh Duong.
SSI receives $100 million unsecured syndicated loan from leading Taiwanese banks

SSI receives $100 million unsecured syndicated loan from leading Taiwanese banks

SSI Securities JSC (HSX: SSI) has announced a new $100 million unsecured syndicated loan package from a group of leading financial institutions from Taiwan.
Webinar promoting friendly relations between Taiwan and Vietnam

Webinar promoting friendly relations between Taiwan and Vietnam

The webinar on July 13 brought together 11 prestigious healthcare institutions from Taiwan to tighten ties between the two countries.
Vietnam requests Taiwan to stop illegal drills on Truong Sa’s Ba Binh island

Vietnam requests Taiwan to stop illegal drills on Truong Sa’s Ba Binh island

Vietnam resolutely opposes to and requests Taiwan (China) to stop live-fire drills in the waters around Ba Binh island of Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago and not to repeat the action in the future, spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry Le Thi Thu Hang has said.
Pegatron to pour additional $101 million into Vietnam investment

Pegatron to pour additional $101 million into Vietnam investment

The Taiwanese government has given a nod to Pegatron Corp to pour additional $101 million investment in Vietnam, according to Reuter.
Foreign brokerages rack up agreements

Foreign brokerages rack up agreements

Several international banks, particularly from Taiwan, are boosting their financing offers to Vietnam’s brokerages, betting on the tremendous growth of the financial market.
VietinBank Securities secures $30 million syndicated loan from four Taiwanese banks

VietinBank Securities secures $30 million syndicated loan from four Taiwanese banks

VietinBank Securities successfully wrapped up a mortgage loan agreement of roughly $30 million with a group of four international banks from Taiwan.
230 Vietnamese citizens flown home

230 Vietnamese citizens flown home

As many as 230 Vietnamese citizens from Taiwan (China) were flown home on September 9.
CTBC Investments enters in Vietnam with signature $160 million CTBC Vietnam Equity Fund

CTBC Investments enters in Vietnam with signature $160 million CTBC Vietnam Equity Fund

Dragon Capital officially confirmed that CTBC Investments has launched CTBC Vietnam Equity Fund to cash in on the attractive local stock market.
Over 240 Vietnamese citizens arrive home from Taiwan (China)

Over 240 Vietnamese citizens arrive home from Taiwan (China)

Domestic agencies, the Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei and budget carrier Vietjet Air worked with authorities in Taiwan (China) to bring more than 240 Vietnamese citizens home on July 7.
COVID-19: US demands WHO invite Taiwan to meeting

COVID-19: US demands WHO invite Taiwan to meeting

The United States on Wednesday (May 6) urged the World Health Organization to defy Chinese pressure and invite Taiwan to its annual meeting, which will discuss the coronavirus pandemic.
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