Saturday, August 29, 2015
The output of Taiwan's manufacturing sector will see contract this year as the global economy slows down, according to a forecast by the Industrial Economic and Knowledge Center (IEK) at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI, 工業技術研究院).
The 41st Taipei International Electronics Show, TAITRONICS, jointly organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and the Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA), will kick off on Oct. 6 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall 1.
Just as they thought they could begin moving away from crisis mode, China's turmoil has become a new threat to the world's top central bankers.
The backdrop to the wild drama in financial markets over the past few weeks is a less dramatic but more daunting reality: the deep-seated challenges for sustaining long-term growth, especially for aging economies like Japan's.
The business climate in Vietnam suffered from many inadequacies and shortcomings that hindered development and global integration of Vietnam-ese businesses, said Nguyen Dinh Cung, director of the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM).
Mainland China has eased property investment rules for foreign individuals and institutions across the country, enabling qualified foreign institutional and individual investors to buy more properties on the Chinese mainland, authorities announced in a circular on Thursday evening.
Popular Japanese messaging app Line said Friday it was still considering plans for an initial public offering, after a report said it had shelved the sale for a second year in a row.
Friday, August 28, 2015
Fuel prices in Taiwan are expected to move sharply lower next week at a time when international crude oil prices kept falling amid concerns that the weakness of the global market will further drag down global demand, market sources said.
Perng Fai-nan (彭淮南), governor of Taiwan's central bank, was named one of the world's nine best central bankers in 2015 by Global Finance magazine and given an "A" grade for the 11th year in a row.
Vietnam's fast-growing market has attracted a large number of Taiwanese companies that plan to invest in the country in the coming years.