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.tw registrars, requirements and history
The .TW domain name is Taiwan's country code top-level domain (ccTLD) managed by the Taiwan Network Information Center (TWNIC) and NeuStar, an Internet Addressing Registry Services Provider.
TWNIC and NeuStar formed a partnership to operate the .TW domain. TWNIC handles the operations within Taiwan which includes the registry database, domain name system, and its individual domain information system called WHOIS. NeuStar supplies registrars who are not from Taiwan with Extensible Provisioning Protocol connectivity along with reporting, billing, and customer services.
.TW was created in 1989 for Taiwan, the more familiar name of the Republic of China. Direct registration was only allowed for second-level domains until November 1, 2005, when the ccTLD was made open to the public.
This is a non-restricted ccTLD, so anyone is able to register with the .TW domain. A local existence is not required for registration, and the ccTLD can be registered for up to ten years. Individuals are allowed to register under .TW, but registrations that are not associated with a company or organization may be eliminated.
.TW is available in American Standard Code for Information Interchange and different formats of Chinese for both second-level and third-level domains. Registrants can also attain an internationalized domain name in .TW, but it must be in Traditional Chinese and is only available at the second level. The third-level domain options are org.tw, game.tw, com.tw, ebiz.tw, and idv.tw.
An advantage to .TW is the guarantee of local market connections in Taiwan in addition to excellent trading and business purposes.