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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Historic data show Taiwan shares tend to move up in the fourth quarter and a domestic institutional investor has forecast the weighted stock index will hit 8,800 points before the end of the year.
To worldwide racing fans, the 2015 Formula One Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix just concluded on Sept. 20. But to the Lotus F1 Team, their most important task was just beginning after the three-day festival ended.
India successfully launched Monday its first high-tech telescopes into space to study the stars, as New Delhi seeks to take another major step in its ambitious and low-cost space program.
Not one Japanese company applied for a subsidy program aimed at promoting more women to senior jobs, an official said Monday, an embarrassing blow for Tokyo's push to boost the economy with female workers.
The yen picked up Monday as worries about China overshadowed currency markets before U.S. data this week which may give clues about the timing of an interest rate rise this year.
Monday, September 28, 2015
The "red supply chain" has seriously impacted Taiwan's current export performances and heightened cross-strait competition, according to a Legislative Yuan report that was released yesterday.
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The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) reported on Friday that the production value of the local contact lens sector is expected to reach a record NT$11 billion (US$333.57 million) this year.
Gov't hoping star ad will boost Japanese tourism
A Taiwanese-produced commercial featuring Japanese singer-actor Takuya Kimura (木村拓哉) was released in Japan Sunday, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau said, adding it hopes the campaign will help boost Japanese tourist numbers coming to Taiwan.
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The growth of housing loans in Taiwan for August fell to a new two-year low as the local property market has shown signs of slowing down, according to the central bank.
To promote the concepts of "Green and Smart Transportation," encouraging the public to better understand the ETC and eTag technologies and future applications directions, the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TAISE, 永續能源基金會) and Telecommunication & Transportation Foundation (TTF, 電訊暨智慧運輸科技發展基金會) are inviting interested persons to their upcoming International Green and Smart Mobility Forum, TAISE said.
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