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Wednesday, September 24, 2014
As the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are scheduled to hit the market on Sept. 26, local telecom companies confirmed that they have received shipments of the new phone and are readying stores for the big day.
Prosecutors yesterday summoned Zheng Jing-tai (鄭景太), the president of Tokyo Fashion Co. (東京著衣) and conducted searches of his residence on suspicion of fraud and hollowing out the company's assets.
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Industrial output continued to grow for the seventh straight month in August, driven by increased production in electronics, steel and machinery, data released by the Economics Ministry showed Tuesday.
Sales in wholesale trade, retail trade and food services in Taiwan maintained an upward trend in August, posting year-on-year gains for the 12th consecutive month, the Ministry of Economic Affairs said Tuesday.
The Central Bank of the R.O.C. is expected to hold interest rates unchanged for the 13th consecutive quarter, according to findings compiled by the regulator ahead of Governor Perng Fai-nan's (彭淮南) briefing session at the Legislative Yuan today.
Securities firms operating in Taiwan might be held accountable if any leads of their adjustments to target prices or earnings forecasts are leaked to media in the near future, according to the Financial Supervisory Commission.
Samsung Taiwan to host Oct. charity concert
Samsung Electronics Co. Taiwan recently announced that it plans to sponsor its first charity concert on the island to bring together big-time Taiwanese and South Korean singers to support disadvantaged young people.
Shares in Taiwan closed lower Tuesday, extending losses from dampened market sentiment on large foreign institutional selling a session earlier and a falling Wall Street overnight, dealers said.
Taiwan, China urged to work together on e-commerce
Taiwan and China should work together to seize a larger share of the global e-commerce market, trade promoters from the two countries urged Tuesday.
The U.S. dollar rose against the Taiwan dollar Tuesday, gaining NT$0.011 to close at NT$30.240 as further institutional selling in the local market dampened demand for the local currency, dealers said.
  
  
  
  
  
  
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