Saturday, December 7, 2013
The U.S. dollar fell against the Taiwan dollar Friday, shedding NT$0.025 to close at NT$29.665 in thin trading as many traders stayed on the sidelines ahead of the release of a jobs report in the United States later in the day.
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport looks set to hit a record 30 million passengers by the end of the year, the country's largest international airport said Friday.
Friday, December 6, 2013
Tokyo approved a spending package worth almost US$54 billion on Thursday in a bid to offset a tax hike that comes into effect next year and which critics fear will derail Japan's economic recovery., 1 Comment
Bitcoins suffered a new setback after China's central bank said Thursday its banks and payment systems are barred from handling the virtual currency.
Taiwan's convention and exhibition industry will continue to grow this year as the government maintains its efforts to improve the country's global competitiveness, an official of the Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) said Thursday.
Taiwan will seek the support of Singapore in its efforts to join regional economic integration initiatives, Taiwan's representative to Singapore said yesterday.
A second round of fishery talks between Taiwan and Japan opened in Suao, Yilan County Thursday to discuss issues related to dispute avoidance in the longline fishing grounds.
Following statements issued by government officials on Thursday warning of the growing likelihood of a real estate bubble in the Greater Taipei area, the property development sector yesterday saw a surge in volatility, with intraday fluctuation reaching as high as 1.55 percent at the end of trading.
Largan Precision Co. (大立光電) on Thursday posted consolidated revenues of NT$3.182 billion, up 6 percent year-on-year and representing the company's biggest monthly return so far this year.
Taiwan's consumer price index (CPI) for November rose 0.67 percent from a year earlier, largely on the back of more expensive vegetable prices, the government said Thursday.