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Abe 'mulls US jobs in tech deal'
Angling to pre-empt complaints over Japan's perennial trade surplus with the U.S., Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reportedly plans to propose a sweeping economic cooperation initiative meant to create hundreds of thousands of jobs in the U.S. when he meets with President Donald Trump later this month.
 
Bullish start for TAIEX, Taiwan dollar on Year of the Rooster
First trading following the Lunar New Year holiday saw the Taiwan Capitalization Weighted Stock Index (TAIEX) climb over 50 points and the New Taiwan dollar trade higher.
 
Mobile payment service Apple Pay will soon be available in Taiwan, the U.S. consumer electronics giant Apple Inc. officially announced on Wednesday.
 
Fighting for fair trade
Huang Mei-ying (黃美瑛) speaks at a swearing-in ceremony for her new role as chairwoman of the Fair Trade Commission, Taipei on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
 
Chinese manufacturing expanded in January at close to its fastest pace in two years as heavy government spending and a bank lending boom helped to keep economic activity steady headed into 2017, a survey showed Wednesday.
 
Indonesia to seek higher pay for its domestic workers in Taiwan
Indonesian labor authorities are planning to raise the issue of higher monthly wages for their country's migrant domestic workers in Taiwan with effect from next year to bring them closer to the minimum wage.
 
Call for drug price cuts no threat to ETF tracking U.S. biotech
Despite a call by U.S. President Donald Trump to cut drug prices, there are no concerns about the outlook for an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) that is listed on the local main board to track the U.S. biotech index, according to market analysts.
 
Philippines GDP grows 6.6 pct in Oct-Dec, 6.8 pct for year
The Philippine economy expanded at a 6.6 percent annual rate in October-December, the slowest pace of expansion for the year, though full-year annual growth clocked in at a relatively brisk 6.8 percent, officials said Thursday.
 
Dutch food and cosmetics giant Unilever on Thursday posted a 5.5 percent rise in net profit boosted by deodorants and ice cream sales, but warned "tough markets" are to continue in 2017.
 
Taiwan, S. Korea would be hit hard by any China-U.S. trade war
If there was to be a trade war between the United States and China, it would be a disaster for the world, with Taiwan and South Korea among the hardest-hit, a Taiwanese business leader said on Tuesday.
 
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