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TSMC fab site hunt 'still on'
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電), the world's largest contract chipmaker, said Thursday it was still location-hunting for its NT$500 billion 3-nanometer (nm) chip fab.
 
Taisun enters competitive tea market
Taisun Group, a leader in Taiwan's beverage and canned dessert manufacturing, said Thursday it was venturing into the bottled tea market under the brand Cha Zi-Chu (茶之初).
 
South Korea's central bank on Thursday raised its growth forecast for this year but warned the pace of recovery could be affected by rising protectionism.
 
A group of Tesla shareholders has urged the electric-car maker to recruit two independent directors to add to the company's board to limit the influence of co-founder and chief executive Elon Musk.
 
U.S. mobile chip giant Qualcomm is to refund BlackBerry US$814.9 million in royalties overpaid by the Canadian company, according to a tentative arbitration award announced on Wednesday.
 
PX Mart in hot water after boss slams 'spendthrift' youth
Supermarket chain PX Mart is under attack after its president, Hsu Chung-jen (徐重仁), called young people spendthrift during a press conference promoting his book on Tuesday.
 
The government hasn't given up on persuading Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電) to build its next plant in Taiwan, with the state water supplier promising that a stable supply wouldn't be a problem.
 
Got NT$1.6 million to spare?
Toyota's redesigned Prius plug-in hybrid, the Prius PHV, is displayed during its launch in Taipei on Wednesday, April 12. Only 100 of the vehicles will be available for purchase in Taiwan this year, the company said.
 
Taiwan tech giant Asustek Computer Inc. saw a drop in worldwide PC shipments this past first quarter, according to separate reports from two IT research and analysis firms International Data Corporation (IDC) and Gartner.
 
Housewives' choice
Japanese comedian Naomi Watanabe (渡邊直美) poses while dressed as a FamilyMart employee on Wednesday, April 12. Watanabe appeared at an event to promote a select line of Japanese products available on FamilyMart's online shopping service and supplied by Japanese retail company Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd.
 
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