The Central Election Commission has announced the schedule for next year's legislative election.
The Taiwan Visitors Association says the number of people attending this year's Taipei International Travel Fair was about 90% of the level seen in 2019, the year before the coronavirus pandemic upended global travel.
The Hospital and Social Welfare Organizations Administration Commission says employees at all 26 hospitals run by the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW) will receive a 4% pay rise in January.
Foreign Minister Joseph Wu is visiting Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia this week. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wu is slated to attend forums and give speeches to underscore Taiwan's resolve to safeguard democracy with like-minded countries while in the three Baltic states.
DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te is rejecting charges that the election would heighten the risk of war with China.
The cabinet has approved a chip plan that will see the government inject NT$300 billion over 10 years to boost industrial innovation.
The Executive Yuan has taken a firm stance against election meddling amid reports of foreign forces influencing the upcoming 2024 presidential elections through illegal betting and fake news.
Taiwan's manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) fell 1.1 points from the previous month to 47.1 in October, marking the eighth consecutive month of contraction (below 50).