Thursday, November 20, 2014
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) Wednesday kept its upbeat economic view despite data showing the country had slipped into recession, which prompted Premier Shinzo Abe to delay a scheduled tax hike and call a snap election.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
The production value of the local e-commerce industry could top NT$1 trillion (US$32.57 billion) in 2015 as the country moves to take advantage of the growing global trend, the Department of Commerce under the Ministry of Economic Affairs said Tuesday.
With stronger demand for mid- and low-end devices, sales of smartphones may reach 1.3 billion units this year, representing a 28.9-percent growth rate, ...............
Shares in Taiwan closed lower Tuesday, extending the losses from the previous session, amid continued political uncertainty ahead of the Nov. 29 local government elections, dealers said.
The Taiwan office of Alibaba (阿里巴巴), the world's largest business-to-business trading platform headquartered in mainland China, yesterday announced that its efforts in establishing an e-commerce association have made tremendous progress,................
The Taiwan unit of Yahoo Inc. expressed hope Tuesday that its mobile traffic will exceed
Yuanta Securities Investment Trust Co. (Yuanta SITC, 元大寶來投信) — Taiwan's largest ETF (exchange-traded fund) provider — has recently launched Greater China's first leveraged and inverse ETFs on the island.
The U.S. dollar rose against the New Taiwan dollar Tuesday, gaining NT$0.036 to close at the day's high of NT$30.775 after consolidating in moderate trading, dealers said.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo unveiled a hefty increase in the price of subsidized fuel Monday, taking a risky, unpopular first step toward fixing the tattered finances of Southeast Asia's top economy.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Japan's economy sank into recession in the third quarter, figures showed Monday, making it almost inevitable that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will delay a fresh sales tax rise and call a snap election to fend off party rivals.