Thursday, August 21, 2014
Gobo Group (國寶集團) President Chu Guo-rong (朱國榮) was called in for investigation yesterday by the Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice on suspicion of participating in market manipulation and defrauding the investing public.
Taipei signed a registry agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Wednesday with the top-level domain suffix “.taipei” set to open for registration in November, according to Taipei's Department of Information Technology (DIT).
Representatives of the 2014 Taipei International Beef Noodle Festival organized by the Taipei City government made their last China stop in Shanghai Wednesday to promote the 10th anniversary of the annual festival.
The output value of Taiwan's integrated circuit (IC) packaging and testing sector could rise more than 5 percent in the third quarter from a quarter earlier because of peak season effects, according to a government research report.
Cathay Life Insurance (國泰人壽) yesterday announced that the company has purchased a prime property in London, marking the first acquisition by a Taiwanese life insurance carrier since the Financial Supervision Commission's (FSC,金融監督管理委員會) approval of overseas real estate investments for the sector.
Taiwan's export orders totaled US$38.18 billion in July, up 5.7 percent year-on-year and marked a six-month growing streak, based on a report released by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) yesterday.
The U.S. dollar rose against the Taiwan dollar Wednesday, gaining NT$0.005 to close at NT$30.047 after moving in a narrow range on thin turnover, dealers said.
Shares in Taiwan extended gains Wednesday from a session earlier as buying rotated to the financial sector, which had been lagging behind the broader market, dealers said.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
The Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS, 主計處) yesterday announced that Taiwan's manufacturing sector accumulated gross output of NT$3.67 trillion over the second quarter of this year, improving by 8.21 percent quarter-on-quarter, and 4.94 percent year-on-year.
Taiwanese people tend to buy more insurance policies for other members of their families than for themselves, according to the results of a survey released Tuesday.