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Following Foxconn announcement, TSMC says it still prefers Taiwan for investment
"Our first choice for investment will still be Taiwan," TSMC's chairman says.
 
These are the Asian cities with the most global companies ​​
Taiwan's capital comes in below many rivals in the regional, including Seoul.
 
Samsung posts best quarterly profit amid chip boom
Samsung Electronics posted its best quarterly profit in the second quarter due to a boom in memory chips.
 
Samsung, LG battery arms on alert on cobalt shortage
In response to a supply shortage of cobalt, a key ingredient used in lithium-ion batteries, South Korean battery makers Samsung SDI and LG Chem are stepping up development of new batteries and diversifying their material suppliers.
 
These Asian countries have huge reserves of foreign exchange
China is the world's largest holder of foreign exchange reserves. It has over two and half times more foreign reserves than the second largest reserve holder, Japan.
 
Japan's central bank has cut inflation forecast
But monetary easing measures propping up the world's third-largest economy will remain in place.
 
Samsung ramps up high bandwidth DRAM production
Samsung Electronics announced Tuesday it will ramp up production of its 8-gigabyte high bandwidth memory-2, known as HBM2, to meet growing demand across a wide range of applications including artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, advanced graphics, network systems and enterprise servers.
 
'One Belt, One Road' gives Taiwanese glass fiber firm a geographic advantage
Established by Taiwan Glass Industrial Corp., Taichia Chengdu Glass Fiber Co. in Sichuan province is a key glass fiber manufacturing base in western China.
 
China's economy grew by more than forecast in the first six months
Growth of 6.9 percent was fueled by consumer spending and trade, the country's statistics bureau says.
 
Japan's exports up for the sixth month in a row in May
Japan's exports increased 14.9 percent from a year earlier to 5.85 trillion yen (US$52.7 billion) in May, marking the sixth straight month of increase, the government said Monday.
 
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