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North Korea's cryptocurrency crime is surging

By Matthew Fulco / 2022.12 The Taiwan Banker NO.156

The Hermit Kingdom has become adept at stealing cryptocurrency to fund its illicit weapons programs and access much needed foreign currency North Ko.. more

New cybersecurity thinking acknowledges the limitations of human monitoring

By David Stinson / 2022.12 The Taiwan Banker NO.156

Since the pandemic, it has become common knowledge that supply chains for physical goods are an important consideration for strategic planning. This r.. more

Financial education starts young with tangible results

By Su Weihua (蘇偉華) / 2022.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.155

Guided by the Financial Supervisory Commission, a “national A+ financial knowledge lecture train tour” has been jointly launched by munici.. more

The dark ages of social media

By David Stinson / 2022.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.155

“The Rise of the Western World: A New Economic History,” by Economics Nobel Prize winner Douglass North, is a classic text in institutiona.. more

Mega Bank offers a foreign perspective on US markets

By Ingrid Chang / 2022.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.155

Taiwanese firms entering the United States face a great variety of challenges. Supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic and the outbreak of Rus.. more

Purple America is more politically important than ever

By Matthew Fulco / 2022.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.155

States that are neither reliably Republican nor Democrat will be crucial in determining the winners of the upcoming midterms and the 2022 presidential.. more

The grand comeback: who are the winning sectors as Asia reopens?

By Alicia Garcia Herrero / 2022.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.155

In a world filled with pessimism, Asia's reopening will leapfrog Europe and the US trends and bring rare optimism in many sectors globally. Airlines, .. more

The lost lessons of the piggy bank

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2022.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.155

Once upon a time, children put the coins they got into a pig-shaped bank. In addition to feeling the satisfaction from the increasing weight, they als.. more

TABF President Hank Huang: Resilient and agile infrastructure

By Su Wei-hua / 2022.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.154

In a broad sense, infrastructure refers to projects whose investment and sustainable operation can provide for a country’s long-term livelihood .. more

Taiwanese banks weigh options in China

By Edward Hsieh / 2022.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.154

On June 29, 2010, Taiwan and China signed the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA). In the middle of that year, the Financial Supervisory C.. more