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Taiwan defense minister to tour Central America and Caribbean, transit in U.S.

By Matthew Strong,From Taiwan News Invitation by Nicaraguan armed forces chief at origin of tour TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan (馮世寬) will pass through New York and Los Angeles on his way to and from five Central American…

The Netherlands is world’s biggest conduit to offshore tax havens: research

The Netherlands is the biggest conduit to offshore tax havens in the world, with almost a quarter of fiscal constructions having a Dutch link, according to researchers at a specialist unit at the University of Amsterdam. ‘Only five big countries…

Computer scientists reveal the hidden architecture of tax havens—and how to beat them

By Tim Fenholz From Quartz We know there are tax havens. We just can’t agree on where they are. Although many countries recognize that major corporations divert tax revenue—there’s a reason, after all, why US multinationals hold more than $2…

US colleges foreign students go

The 10 foreign countries that send the most students to American colleges By Abby Jackson From Business Insider The number of foreign students in American schools has been surging over the past decade, and numbers are up again, according to…

Foreign students

The 10 foreign countries that send the most students to American colleges By Abby Jackson From Business Insider The number of foreign students in American schools has been surging over the past decade, and numbers are up again, according to…

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Foreign English teacher program adds ally Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Staff writer, with CAN From Taipei Times The government has expanded its Foreign English Teacher (FET) recruitment program to include for the first time Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, one of Taiwan’s diplomatic allies in the Caribbean. It is first…

Animal shelter vet ends her life after online attacks over euthanasia, reports say

BY VICTORIA HO From Mashable The director of an animal shelter in Taiwan reportedly ended her life after she received heavy criticism online for having to put dogs to sleep at work. Jian Zhicheng, a veterinary doctor who worked at…

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Ogier cites Cayman listings growth in Taiwan IPO market

After a relatively challenging year in 2015, demand is increasing for Cayman listing vehicles for IPOs on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) according to law firm Ogier, which is now acting as Cayman Islands counsel on more F-Share (foreign company)…

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On making a mockery of regionalism

From Barbados Today The coordination of foreign policy among member states was one of the principal reasons for establishing the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) back in 1973. The founding fathers felt that by arriving at common positions and speaking with a…

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IC packaging, testing firm GEM seeks primary listing on TWSE

From Want China Times GEM Services, an integrated circuit packaging and testing services provider incorporated in the Cayman Islands, is seeking a primary listing in Taiwan, the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) said Saturday. The TWSE said GEM is the eighth…