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Taiwan Seeks Broader Satellite Coverage Through UK’s OneWeb Amid Increasing Focus on Digital Resilience

In a recent visit to the United Kingdom, Taiwan's Minister for Digital Development, Tang Feng, took part in several high-profile events, including London's Science and Technology Week and the Artificial Intelligence Summit. Her visit also included discussions with OneWeb, a satellite communications firm backed by the UK government, to extend the company's low-orbit satellite network coverage to all of Taiwan.

The visit came at the invitation of Natalie Black, the UK's Minister of Trade for the Asia-Pacific region. Minister Tang was not only a participant in various conferences, such as the London Technology. . .

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