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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. has delayed sales of its flagship One M9 device in its home market that was originally scheduled to begin Monday due to software upgrade.
1 Comment, Taiwan's largest online bookstore, added Macau to its fast-delivery overseas distribution network Monday.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch will host an investor conference in Taiwan beginning Tuesday that will discuss the next growth drivers in the dynamic technology industry.
China's Internet tycoon Jack Ma, founder of giant online merchant Alibaba, gave a glimpse of the future when he demonstrated a new e-payment system using facial recognition at the CeBIT IT fair in Germany.
Monday, March 16, 2015
Taiwan's machine tool industry said Sunday it is worried about its competitiveness in the face of a recently signed free trade agreement between China and South Korea, unprecedented low interest rates in South Korea, and depreciation of that country's currency .
State-owned CPC Corp. (CPC, 台灣中油) yesterday announced a NT$0.7 drop to all of its unleaded gasoline and its super diesel effective today, while the nation's only privately run oil refiner, Formosa Petrochemical Corp. (FPC, 台塑), took the initiative to announce a drop in their prices yesterday.
Sunday, March 15, 2015
The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Saturday that a move by Turkey to impose an additional tariff of 25 percent on hand tool imports could impose an adversary impact on Taiwanese exporters.
Southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung Harbor ranked as the world's 13th largest port in terms of the amount of container cargo handled, according to the National Development Council (NDC), the top official economic strategy planner in Taiwan.
Saturday, March 14, 2015
To safeguard consumer rights, electronic payment providers will be required to pay NT$2 million each to create a fund worth more than NT$40 million to avert the risk of potential default.
Gasoline and diesel prices in Taiwan could fall next week after international crude oil prices edged lower over the past week, market sources said Friday.
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