Premier Su announces a "triple stimulus" voucher program that allows people to buy NT$3,000 worth of vouchers for NT$1,000. Easy to get, easy to use, and fun to spend, the vouchers will help encourage consumer spending and stimulate the economy.
Premier Su Tseng-chang (center) visits Adimmune Corp. (shown in photo) and Medigen Vaccine Biologics Corp., expressing hope that a COVID-19 vaccine can soon be developed to protect Taiwan and the world.
Premier Su Tseng-chang (left) accompanies President Tsai Ing-wen on a tour of New Taipei City's Jiufen historic district and Qingyun Temple in a drive to boost domestic tourism and drum up support for the post-COVID economy.
Premier Su Tseng-chang (second right) celebrates in Pingtung County following the World Organisation for Animal Health's designation of Taiwan as a foot-and-mouth disease free country where vaccination is not practiced.
Premier Su Tseng-chang visits the National Palace Museum to promote use of "triple stimulus" vouchers on the museum's many deals for consumers.