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Reacting to US rise, China ups short-term interest rates
China's central bank raised short-term interest rates Thursday following the U.S. rate increase as Beijing tries to shore up the value of its currency and stanch an outflow of money.
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Citi credit cards can now link with your EasyCard
Citibank Taiwan announced Thursday that EasyCards can now be linked to all Citi credit cards.
 
Climber, clothing company founder Royal Robbins dies at 82
U.S. rock climbing icon Royal Robbins, who founded the outdoor clothing company bearing his name, died Tuesday after a long illness, the company's chief executive officer said Wednesday.
 
Shares of Catcher rise on high Q4 earnings
Shares of Catcher Technology Co. (可成), a Taiwanese metal casing supplier to Apple Inc., gained in Friday morning trade after Catcher reported record high earnings for the fourth quarter of last year, dealers said.
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Europe's stock markets rallied Thursday, with London striking a new record high, after the Federal Reserve painted a positive picture of the world's largest economy.
 
Taiwanese tech giant Acer recently started selling its products at stores located within U.S. military bases, according to local media reports.
 
Renault has cheated for more than 25 years on pollution tests for diesel and petrol engines with the knowledge of top management, according to a report by French fraud investigators obtained Wednesday by AFP.
 
German airline group Lufthansa said Thursday it had met its financial targets in 2016, but offered only modest forecasts for the current year, squeezed between falling prices and higher costs.
 
Mobile payment services in Taiwan are used mainly for paying restaurant bills and for transportation services, according to a recent survey released by the Market Intelligence and Consulting Institute under the Institute for Information Industry.
 
Blessed Acer laptops
In this undated photo, models pose with the Dajia Mazu Limited Blessed Edition Acer Swift 3 (大甲媽祈福限定版筆電) laptop outside Dajia Jenn Lann Temple (鎮瀾宮) on Matsu. The limited-run Swift 3 laptops come with various Matsu-related accessories.
 
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