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President Yoon Suk Yeol’s approval rating has dropped by 4 percentage points to 33%, down from 37% a month earlier, according to a joint survey by Yonhap News Agency and Yonhap News TV. The ruling
Moody’s lowered its outlook to negative from stable while retaining a long-term rating of A1 on the nation’s sovereign bonds. China’s usage of fiscal stimulus to support local governments and its spiralling property downturn is
Taipei prosecutors are investigating allegations that key politicians, including New Taipei City Mayor Hou You-yi, KMT Chairman Eric Chu, former president Ma Ying-jeou, and Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) Chairman Ko Wen-je, violated election regulations in
China’s Fujian Province has initiated 15 economic measures aimed at Taiwanese residents as part of its broader strategy to foster pro-Beijing sentiments ahead of the January 13 elections. These measures, part of the “21 measures”
Concerns surrounding the potential lack of neutrality of the state apparatus have gained traction among state and public observers amid recent difficulties in keeping civil workers in line and claims of intimidation tactics, raising concerns