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El Salvador, Taiwan breaks ties and further isolates the Asian island

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Taiwan says it is breaking diplomatic ties with El Salvador because the Central American country intends to compete with Beijing. The move is the latest blow against the autocratic island that China has tried to isolate on the global stage. The disruption of relations means Taiwan is recognized as a sovereign nation by only 17 mainly small, …

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Taiwan is improving rockets to counter China's military expansion

Ralph Jennings, Associated Press Updated 19:36 PDT, Friday, August 17, 2018 FILE – In this August 13, 2015, file photo, two men under the Taiwanese "Tien-Kung III" surface air missiles during the Taipei Aerospace and Defense Technology Expo 2015 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwan is responding to the buildup of defensive weapons in China by developing its own missiles and interceptors, …

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Qualcomm Achieves $ 93 Million Settlement in Case of iPhone Antitrust Law with Taiwan Regulator

Mobile chip maker Qualcomm will close a cartel case with Taiwanese regulators for some $ 93 million (about 641 crore) and invest $ 700 million (about 4,800 crores) in Taiwan over the next five years. [19659002] The agreement replaces a fine of approximately $ 778 million (approximately Rs. 5,350 crores) imposed by Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission in 2017 when it …

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Qualcomm closes antitrust lawsuit in Taiwan – TechCrunch

Qualcomm may have lost his lengthy deal to buy NXP over China and continues to fight lawsuits around the world, but today the company has a lot of good news from Asia after settling a cartel investigation in Taiwan. The US chip company was charged with $ 773 million in record fees last October when it was accused of monopolistic …

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Changes in US airlines to Taiwan references "incomplete," says China

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Forty out of 44 international airlines have changed their website referrals to Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, the Chinese Civil Aviation Authority said on Thursday, adding that the actions of some US airlines have not yet been finalized. FILE PHOTO: American Airlines planes are parked at Washington National Airport Ronald Reagan in Washington, USA, on August 8, …

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US airlines are redesigning websites to change the Taiwan reference

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The three largest US airlines have changed the behavior of self-determined Taiwan on their websites to avoid Chinese punishment by Wednesday. FILE PHOTO: American Airlines planes are parked at Washington National Airport Ronald Reagan in Washington, USA, on August 8, 2016. REUTERS / Joshua Roberts / ARCHIVE PHOTO Beijing has demanded that foreign companies and especially airlines …

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Under pressure from China, American Airlines changes references to Taiwan on its website

by Danielle Paquette Email the author BEIJING – Under pressure from the Chinese government, American Airlines has changed the way it labels Taiwan on its website – edit trump administration has urged US carriers to resist. The move came about three months after Beijing ordered it as a Chinese territory or world second-largest aviation market. By Wednesday morning, Chinese users …

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U.S. Airlines respect China's demand for Taiwan labeling

U.S. The airlines intend to meet the Chinese government's demand that they revise their website identifications from Taiwan to reflect China's claim to island territory, a person familiar with the discussions said. The US airlines affected by the mandate – American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings and Hawaiian Holdings – will change the Taiwan references in the …

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American Airlines redesigned the site to change the Taiwan reference

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The American Airlines Group Inc. ( AAL.O ) confirmed late Tuesday night that the site's appearance on Taiwan has changed, a move shared by two other major US companies Airlines is expected Wednesday to avoid Chinese punishment. Reuters reported Tuesday that the three major airlines are switching their sites to Taiwanese airports. A review of the American …

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Taiwan Tussle: U.S.-based airlines face deadline set by China over References to Iceland

by Danielle Paquette BEIJING – US-based airlines in China could face Internet trouble, snubs from Chinese ticket brokers and state-sanctioned boycotts if they do not follow them on their websites by Wednesday. One day before the deadline, American Airlines, Delta and United States demanded to refer to the island as "China Taiwan." The Trump administration has therefore opposed the demand, …

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