December 2019  
Phase-one deal of the US and China is expected to revive global trade
TIER manufacturing composite indicator signaled tepid optimism
The phase-one deal between the US and China is scheduled to be signed in early January of 2020. The US postponed the tariff hike on Chinese imported consumption goods, whereas China called off its retaliation measures. The temporary truce between the US and China is expected to revive the global trade. Since said uncertainty somewhat subsides, the manufacturing composite indicator issued by the Taiwan Institute Economic Research (TIER) increased after two-month decrease in a row. ...Read more
Second 5G auction might come early
The government might hold a second 5G auction sooner than previously planned after the nation’s first 5G auction entered its 15th day yesterday with total bids reaching nearly NT$80 billion (US$2.65 billion). The National Communications Commission (NCC) said the auction temporarily ended yesterday with the total bids topping NT$79.391 billion, including NT$77.949 billion spent on bandwidth in the 3.5 gigahertz (GHz) frequency band and NT$1.442 billion on the 28GHz band.

Strengthening the Asia Pacific Industrial Collaboration Platform -MOEA and CFNI Join Hands to Assist Taiwanese Companies in Expanding Business in New Southbound Policy Target Countries
Taiwan Economic Research Monthly
The 5G Era: Policy Supervision and New Industrial Development
Telecommunication Supervision mechanism in the age of 5G
This article take EU as an example to analyse its adaptation to its telecommunications policy and related supervision regulations in response to the advent of the 5G communication technology ear.
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