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Monday, October 5, 2015
SPIL strikes back at ASE in escalating takeover war
In the latest move to regain control in a hostile takeover, Siliconware Precision Industries Co. (SPIL, 矽品精密) told media yesterday that the Taiwan Stock Exchange would become "a disaster zone" if a local court ruled in favor of its acquirer.
No 'red tide' outside my office window, says TSMC chairman
Regarding the rise of a "red supply chain" in China that allegedly will see that country's semiconductor industry outpacing Taiwan's within three years, Morris Chang, founding chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), said Sunday that this will not be so easy for China to achieve as people think.
Record numbers of mainland Chinese tourists are expected to visit Taiwan during China's weeklong National Day holiday which started on Oct. 1, Taipei-based China Times reported on Sunday.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
The 2015 Asia eCommerce Forum will open on Oct. 7 at the Nangkang Exhibition Hall, and will see a grand gathering of e-commerce and Internet industry heavyweights, covering topics in e-commerce, mobility and world markets.
Taiwan entered a mobile shopping era this year with mobile shopping sales breezing past PC shopping, experts revealed yesterday.
Minister of the National Development Council Duh Tyzz-jiun said Wednesday there are no forecasts so far that showed growth of Taiwan's gross domestic product (GDP) will fall below 1 percent this year.
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Since Taiwan and South Korea frequently trade with each other within the same industry, there are opportunities for cross-country collaboration in the global supply chain, Deputy Economics Minister Cho Shih-chao (卓士昭) said on Friday.
Transactions of residential and commercial properties in Taipei fell in September to 2,419 units, the lowest number for the month in 14 years, Yung Ching Realty Group said Friday.
Ministry to explain solar mislabeling incident to EU
Economics Minister Deng Chen-chung said Friday that the government will explain a recent solar energy product mislabeling incident to the European Union in a bid to avoid anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs likely to be imposed by the EU.
Shares in Taiwan closed slightly higher after moving in a narrow range since a mixed Wall Street failed to provide investors here with a clear indication to trade, dealers said.
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