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Taiwan's food and beverage sector posted a record for quarterly sales in the first quarter despite a weak economy, backed by the launch of new restaurant brands and a growing focus on leisure, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said.
 
A Taiwanese research team has developed a technique for breeding the Atlantic salmon and estimates that it will help meet local demand for the fish within three years, Fisheries Agency Director-General Tsay Tzu-yaw announced Wednesday.
 
Singapore announced a shock loosening of monetary policy Thursday to kickstart the stuttering economy, as it forecast a slower growth outlook this year and analysts warned of a possible recession.
 
With a gloomy outlook predicted for Singapore's manufacturing sector, business players from the city-state are looking for opportunities to team up with their counterparts from Indonesia in an effort to survive the ongoing economic slowdown.
 
The Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) has been setting up different industry cluster platforms in the cloud to further promote Taiwan's exports, BOFT officials said.
 
Singapore has moved quickly to sign an investment treaty with oil-rich Iran to support Singapore firms investing in an economy that is emerging after the recent lifting of global sanctions.
 
Singapore's economy expanded moderately last year, amid concerns of a global slowdown and weak manufacturing data, official figures showed Wednesday.
 
Singapore's economy expanded moderately last year, amid concerns of a global slowdown and weak manufacturing data, official figures showed Wednesday.
 
Major global technology companies are expanding their operations here and creating opportunities for Singaporeans, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Feb 20.
 
Organizers of the Singapore Airshow said US$12.3 billion in airplane deals were signed at the event this week, a sharp drop from the last show in 2014.
 
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