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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The Investment Commission (投審會) yesterday approved 12 investment applications including US$2.7 billion worth of foreign projects by R.O.C. nationals, the most recorded in a single month.
CTSP Bureau head Wang Yong-jhuang (王永壯) has said that for the 12th anniversary of the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP, 中部科學工業園區), sales volume reached a record high of NT$500 billion last year.
Thailand's beleaguered national airline said Monday it will suspend flights to the U.S. as part of efforts to end years of losses.
Oil prices fell further in Asia Monday, hurt by a slump in the manufacturing sector in China, the world's top energy consuming nation.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Investment analysts expressed optimism over OTC market Taipei Exchange's performance in the latter half of 2015, amid expectation that Apple Inc. will unveil new products in September.
As the number of smartphone and tablet computer users in Taiwan continues to rise, e-commerce service providers and online gaming and instant messaging companies are introducing new services to tap into the country's mobile payment market.
Indonesia is going ahead with a plan to raise wages for its domestic helpers in Taiwan, as the negotiations between the two countries on the issue have not produced any concrete decisions, an Indonesian official told CNA recently.
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Foreign nationals visiting Taiwan appreciate the easy access to convenience stores in almost every corner of Taiwan in both cities and remote villages, a global travel information search engine said last Friday in releasing the results of its latest study.
Chief Economist of the Agricultural Bank of China (中國農業銀行) Xiang Songzuo (向松祚) said yesterday that the recent China stock market crash may be mainly attributed to three causes: haste, willfulness and naivety.
Most of the 15,000 projected visitors to the October E-Commerce Expo Asia 2015 show will be eagerly staking out claims on the industry's 20-percent growth, according to a press release from the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA, 外貿協會).
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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