The Taipei Times is the only printed daily English-language newspaper in Taiwan, and the third established there. Online competitors include the state-owned Focus Taiwan and Taiwan News; The China Post was formerly a competitor but today[when?] is mostly non-operational. Established on 15 June 1999, the Taipei Times is published by the Liberty Times Group, which also publishes a Chinese-language newspaper, the Liberty Times, Taiwan's biggest newspaper by circulation, with a pro–Taiwan independence editorial line.
|Owner(s)||The Liberty Times Group|
|Publisher||The Liberty Times Group|
|Founded||15 June 1999|
On 15 May 2017, The China Post was the Times's last English-language competitor to go out of print and the Taipei Times is consequently offered at most points of sale, hotels and libraries as the English-language option.
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