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Taking Taiwan global
Venture capital expert and New York University marketing professor Michelle Greenwald gives a talk on U.S. and Taiwan startups during her first visit to Taiwan. Greenwald suggested that Taiwan develop its tourism industry with full force, particularly by promoting its delicacies and making round-island travel more convenient.
 
Hon Hai's price up on Sharp profit
An Asian brokerage has raised its target price on shares in Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, after Japan's Sharp Corp., in which the Taiwanese firm holds a majority stake, turned a profit for the fourth quarter of last year.
 
The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) has disclosed the average cash dividend yield on the local main board, a move that brings the local equity market into line with international practices.
 
The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE), which operates the local main board, has tightened rules governing securities borrowing and lending (SBL) in the equity market to improve SBL operations.
 
Don't say goodbye yet: Uber 'looks forward' to serving Taiwan again
U.S.-based ride-hailing company Uber, which suspended its services in Taiwan starting on Friday, said it hoped to resume dialogue with Taiwan's government and looked forward to serving people in this country again.
 
Wi-Fi coming to HSR trains by August
Passengers aboard high-speed rail (HSR) trains will be able to use Wi-Fi before the 2017 Summer Universiade opens in mid-August in Taipei, state-run Chunghwa Telecom said Friday.
 
Asus will 'cooperate fully' with antitrust probe
Taiwan-based tech giant Asus (華碩) said Friday that it would cooperate fully with investigations after it came under scrutiny by the European Union's regulators for a suspected breach of competition rules.
 
Global LCD TV shipments grew 1.6% in 2016, boosted by large displays demand
Global shipments of LCD TV sets, including those from Taiwan, increased 1.6 percent annually in 2016 to reach 219.2 million units, according to WitsView, a division of Taipei-based market research agency TrendForce.
 
Japanese liquid crystal display (LCD) maker Sharp recorded its first quarterly net profit in more than two years for the October-December period, reaching its declared turnaround goal earlier than planned.
 
Mobile payment service Apple Pay will soon be available in Taiwan, the U.S. consumer electronics giant Apple Inc. officially announced on Wednesday.
 
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