Thursday, April 2, 2015
A total of 550 companies hailing from 68 countries gathered at the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall yesterday to meet up with local suppliers, and the business matching is projected to generate deals worth US$5.23 billion or more.
Property trading in the first 29 days of March grew 60 percent month-on-month but dropped 15 percent compared with a year ago, according to data released by Sinyi Realty (信義房屋).
Taiwan may fall behind its arch rival South Korea in trade development if it fails to join multinational organizations such as the proposed China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), a local economist said Wednesday.
China's Taiwan Affairs Office has received Taiwan's letter of intent to join its proposed Asian Investment Bank (AIIB) and welcomes its participation — under the “proper name” — the office's spokesman, Ma Xiaoguang (馬曉光), said Wednesday.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC, 金管會) said yesterday it will widen the daily stock fluctuation limit from 7 to 10 percent on June 1, two months ahead of schedule.
A major Taiwan-based supplier of Apple Inc., Pegatron Corp. (和碩), said on Tuesday it needs employees who can pick up new skills and ideas through learning on their own if it hopes to flourish in the fast-changing mobile industry.
The Special Investigation Division (SID, 特別偵查組) of the Supreme Prosecutors Office yesterday commanded the Northern Mobile Division of the Ministry of Justice's Investigation Bureau to conduct an investigation on the Singfor Life (幸福人壽) insurance company.
The Finance Ministry (財政部) released its first formal statement yesterday on Taiwan's approach to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB, 亞投行), in the wake of opposition party claims that President Ma Ying-jeou made a unilateral decision to apply for membership.
The United States respects Taiwan's decision to apply to join the proposed China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) said Tuesday, but added that the U.S. is not considering joining.
With Lunar New Year occurring in February, bringing with it fewer working days in the month, industrial production, foreign orders and growth of imports all declined compared with January, according to a report released by Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER) yesterday.