Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen intends to modernise the armed forces by making high defence spending a priority, especially as China ramps up its military pressure
With cyberattacks becoming the new normal among nation-states, smaller countries such as Taiwan are trying to navigate the technology might of bigger nations such as Chinese military pressure and technology.
Taiwan has been encouraging its firms to invest at home, having seen companies flock back to the island during the China-US trade war
The technology giant has appointed Joonho Moon, Terry Tai and Nguyen Ha Tuan as country sales heads of South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam, respectively
Japan’s government has announced to pay half of the 37 billion yen ($337 million) cost of a research facility to develop this chip manufacturing technology in Japan