Posted March 01, 2019 14:08:51 Taiwan is trying to help its citizens to get online more quickly, using technology to help them access and use online services.
Taiwan is trying out new technologies, like the country’s new online payment system, to help people make online payments.
In a bid to tackle a problem that is widespread in the world, the government has launched a program, which aims to improve the efficiency and efficiency of the internet.
Taipei City government announced a pilot program this week for using social networking sites to make online purchases.
The government is also building up a network of websites and mobile apps that will allow people to find services that are currently available.
The pilot project, called Digital Taiwan, was launched by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Tourism, Science and Technology.
It aims to bring online transactions to people across Taiwan.
The goal of the pilot is to reduce the cost of internet services, and boost the productivity of the public sector.
For now, it is only in the first phase of the project, and it is limited to small businesses, and only those in Taiwan.
In addition to the online shopping program, the National Telecommunications Commission is also looking to help citizens access local services, such as telephone numbers and internet service.
It has also set up a portal for residents to find their local telephone number, and will provide services for the citizens.
The digital island program, however, is still in its early stages, and is still being rolled out.
However, the pilot will hopefully become a model for the rest of the country, said Taro Tsai, a digital island coordinator at the Ministry.