Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Shares in Taiwan trended lower Monday as investors took cues from the losses on Wall Street and major European markets such as France and Germany, amid lingering concerns over the debt situation in Greece, dealers said.
UK chip designer ARM Holding Plc teamed up with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電) Monday at Computex Taipei to unveil a new hardware subsystem that allows fast and efficient development of highly customized chips for smart connected devices.
Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) announced yesterday that the securities net overbought position by foreign investors was NT$5.56 billion during the week of May 25-May 29, 2015.
Most office workers in Taiwan are burdened with monthly debt payments, which affects their quality of life, according to the results of a survey released Monday by an online job broker.1 Comment
The Taiwan Futures Exchange (TFE), having observed the recent rebound of the securities market, has launched a new program to encourage the promotion of corporate securities starting from July 1 and effective until year's end.
Sunday, May 31, 2015
The European Union (EU) has launched an investigation into solar product exporters from Taiwan and Malaysia to determine whether China has been using the two countries to skirt the financial penalties imposed by the EU against dumping and subsidies, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
Computex Taipei, the largest computer exhibition in Asia, is expected to place wearable devices under the spotlight to show off the latest innovation of the global high-tech industry, organizers said Saturday.
Saturday, May 30, 2015
While protesters continue to fight for pay hikes, a report released yesterday by the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS, 主計處) showed that in 2014, 76 percent of the working class had yet to see any kind of salary increase, even with the Legislative Yuan passing relevant amendments or policies in the past year.
After 11 years, the average starting monthly salary of college graduates has returned to above NT$27,000, according to a survey released by the Ministry of Labor (MOL, 勞動部) yesterday.
The number of visitors traveling between Japan and Taiwan is expected to exceed 5 million this year as the two countries step up their efforts to promote tourism, a Taiwanese official said Friday.