A Taiwanese business association in Vietnam recently expressed its displeasure with the anti-China riots in the Southeast Asian country last week that affected many Taiwan businesses operating there.
Singapore's economy grew 2.3 percent in the first quarter, roundly beating the initial estimate, the trade ministry said Tuesday, with a strong manufacturing sector expected to underpin further growth this year.
In an effort to expand Taiwan's international bonds market, the Taiwan Depository & Clearing Co. (TDCC, 集保中心) held an account opening signing ceremony yesterday with Clearstream, an international clearing Europe-based counterpart.
Singapore consumers love their low-priced China smartphones.
Singapore's economic growth slowed sharply in the first three months of the year, data showed Monday, but the central bank stood pat on monetary policy, saying it would be lifted by a pick-up in global growth.
The local market is turning its back on negative non-economic factors and investors are shifting their attention back to fundamentals after protesting students announced an end to their occupation of the Legislative Yuan's main chamber, a top finance official said Wednesday.
Encouraged by the Philippine economy's robust growth, Singaporean companies are now keen on tapping investment opportunities in the country's agriculture, retail and infrastructure industries.
A recent study by NPD DisplaySearch showed that global tablet personal computer (PC) shipments will rise to 315 million units in 2014, comprising more than 65 percent of the PC market.
In anticipation of shortages following the devastation wrought by the outbreak of a porcine diarrhea epidemic (PED) since last October, pork prices reached a 10-year high of NT$82.31 per kilogram at the end of Monday's auctions.
Shares in Taiwan on Tuesday extended a downtrend from the previous session, closing below 8,600 points amid lingering concerns over a crisis in Ukraine, dealers said.