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China Declares Lockheed Martin Executives Persona Non-Grata for Selling Weapons to Taiwan

China has imposed sanctions on Lockheed Martin and its executives over arms deals with Taiwan, citing violations of sovereignty.

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Nvidia Faces Boycott Calls in China After CEO Jensen Huang Refers to Taiwan as a 'Country'

Nvidia and CEO Jensen Huang received boycott warnings in China after Huang referred to Taiwan as a necessary "country" in the electronics industry.

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ASML, TSMC's 'Kill Swith' Can Disable Chip Machines if China Invades Taiwan

ASML, TSMC's 'Kill Switch' Can Disable Chip Machines if China Invades Taiwan

ASML and TSMC, leading chipmakers, have installed a "kill switch" feature to remotely disable advanced chipmaking machines in the event of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan.

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China Sanctions Boeing, Two US Defense Contractors for Taiwan Arm Sales

China Sanctions Boeing, Two US Defense Contractors for Taiwan Arm Sales

Amidst Taiwan's presidential inauguration, the Chinese government made a significant move by imposing sanctions on Boeing and two other defense companies.

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William Lai Sworn In as Taiwan's New President

William Lai Sworn In as Taiwan's New President

William Lai Ching-te has been sworn in as Taiwan’s new president, replacing Tsai Ing-wen after her eight-year tenure.

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Uber to Acquire Foodpanda’s Taiwan Operations for Whopping $950 Million Cash

Uber has agreed to pay $950 million in cash to acquire Taiwanese unit of Foodpanda owned by Delivery Hero.

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China Becomes More Aggressive in West Philippine Sea, US Commander Expresses Deep Concern

China Becomes More Aggressive in West Philippine Sea, US Commander Expresses Deep Concern

The US Indo-Pacific Command commander has raised alarm about what he considers China's "aggressive behavior" in the South China Sea and Taiwan Strait.

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Taiwan Seeks US Funding as Chinese Warplanes Slowly Approach the Country

Taiwan's military engages in talks with the United States over newly allocated funding following reports of Chinese military aircraft breaching the sensitive median line of the Taiwan Strait.

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US Lawmakers Pass Billions in Long-Awaited Aid for Ukraine, Israel to Bolster War Efforts

US Lawmakers Pass Billions in Long-Awaited Aid for Ukraine, Israel to Bolster War Efforts

Despite fierce opposition from Republican hardliners, the US House of Representatives approved a $95 billion legislation package giving security assistance to Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan.

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China Hits 2 U.S. Defense Companies With Sanctions For Selling Military Weapons to Taiwan

China imposes sanctions on two U.S. defense companies for alleged involvement in arms sales to Taiwan by freezing their assets within China and barring entry into the country.

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Taiwan Suffered 'Reduced Damages' From The Earthquake Thanks To Advanced Tech And Infrastructures

Advanced technology and improved buildings in Taiwan reportedly reduced the impact of the April 3 earthquake, considered the most severe in 25 years.

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TSMC Workers in Taiwan Begin to Resume Work at Some Factories After Major Earthquake

Following Taiwan's most powerful earthquake in 25 years, some of TSMC's evacuated employees have returned to work.

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Taiwan Chip Giant TSMC Is Eyeing to Build Advanced Chip Packaging Capacity in Japan: Report

Chip giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) is reportedly considering building advanced packaging capacity in Japan.

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SMIC Veteran Joins China's Leading Memory Chip Maker CXMT to Boost Research and Development Efforts: Report

A former executive of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC), the largest chip foundry in China, has reportedly joined ChangXin Memory Technologies (CXMT), the country's leading memory chip maker, to lead research and development.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Avoids Taiwan for Foxconn's 50th; COO Attends Instead

Apple COO Jeff Williams takes a rare trip to Taiwan to commemorate Foxconn's 50th anniversary, while CEO Tim Cook remained true to his words to steer clear away.

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