Wednesday, October 29, 2014
The number of Thai workers coming to Taiwan reached nearly 28,000 in the first nine months of the year, the highest among all countries; however, the number has been declining over the years.
Following the approval of the organization's 16 board members, rendered during a meeting in Seoul yesterday, Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) Chairman Lee Shush-der (李述德) yesterday gained a seat on the board of directors of the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE).
One year after its maiden voyage across the Taiwan Strait, Shanghai-based budget carrier Spring Airlines (春秋航空) is expected to begin recruiting Taiwanese flight attendants for the first time.
Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) data has indicated that position of securities net overbought last week saw NT$1.01 billion, compared with net oversold at NT$25.99 billion from the previous week.
Local shares on Tuesday closed up 145.77 points or 1.68 percent at 8,773.55, while the U.S. dollar against the Taiwan dollar shed NT$0.005 to close at NT$30.398.
Governments should seek more partnerships between the public and private sectors to tackle the challenges of an aging population and an increase in chronically ill patients, a visiting Danish health care expert said Tuesday.
Global stocks were mostly higher Tuesday as investors looked ahead to this week's U.S. Federal Reserve meeting.
The dollar held steady in Asia on Tuesday before the U.S. Federal Reserve starts a two-day policy meeting that is expected to see it wind up its six-year-old stimulus program.
Oil moved lower in Asian trade Tuesday after Goldman Sachs slashed its price forecasts for the next two years owing to a global supply glut.
Oil-rich and sun-blessed Saudi Arabia has no choice but to invest in solar energy, a senior official of the national electricity provider said on Monday.