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Japanese liquid crystal display (LCD) maker Sharp recorded its first quarterly net profit in more than two years for the October-December period, reaching its declared turnaround goal earlier than planned.
 
Mobile payment service Apple Pay will soon be available in Taiwan, the U.S. consumer electronics giant Apple Inc. officially announced on Wednesday.
 
Fighting for fair trade
Huang Mei-ying (黃美瑛) speaks at a swearing-in ceremony for her new role as chairwoman of the Fair Trade Commission, Taipei on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
 
James Huang becomes new TAITRA chairman
Former Foreign Minister James Huang was elected chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) Friday.
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Get ready to get your game on
An "Assassin's Creed" cosplayer, left, poses with show girls at the booth of tech company HyperX at the 2017 Taipei Game Show on Friday. Jan. 17. The five-day event began Friday and will runs until Tuesday.
 
Shares in Taiwan closed slightly higher on Friday amid cautious sentiment, with many investors choosing to remain on the sidelines ahead of the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump later in the day, dealers said.
 
Touted as "Uber for the realty sector," the housing-brokerage app Ubee is quickly emerging as a gamechanger for housing agents as the market struggles to overcome lingering sluggishness.
 
Number of furloughed workers down in early Jan.
The number of workers on unpaid leave in Taiwan in the first half of January fell further as the domestic economy showed signs of improving, according to data released by the Ministry of Labor (MOL) on Monday.
 
Europe the top market for Taiwan-made bicycles
Taiwan-made bicycles are highly competitive around the world and mostly exported, with Europe their biggest overseas market, according to the statistics published by the Ministry of Economic Affairs on Monday.
 
Tsai sees textiles at core of trade
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) believes textiles should be at the heart of Taiwan's thinking in developing new global trade arrangements and strategies, the Presidential Office said in a statement Sunday.
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