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Farm work doesn't seem like the path for millennials gearing to get ahead of the job market -- especially in an high-tech economy like Taiwan.
China-led lender's help needed to support growth: Bank of Japan boss
Asia needs all the help it can get in fighting poverty as both wealthy and poor nations grapple with widening inequality, Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said Tuesday.
India's Modi discusses trade, ties with Turkey
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Monday that India and Turkey should strengthen their already warm business and political ties, as he welcomed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to New Delhi.
Hon Hai shares back at NT$100 for first time in 2 years
Shares of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), an assembler of iPhones and iPads for Apple Inc., hit NT$100 (US$3.33) for the first time in more than two years after Apple shares hit a record high overnight, dealers said.
TSMC's market cap hits record NT$5.16 trillion
The market capitalization of contract chip maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電) hit a record high for the company and Taiwan's stock market on Tuesday on a strong showing in tech stocks in the United States overnight.
Tokyo shares rose Monday as investors cheered the yen's weakness as well as a deal on the U.S. budget which, if approved, will avert a government shutdown.
Gov't caught unawares by Gou-Trump White House meet
The government had no prior notice of Hon Hai Chairman Terry Gou's meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump last week at the White House, according to Economics Minister Lee Chih-kung, Monday.
Unemployment in Singapore has risen and could rise further, as some sectors of the economy continue to struggle, Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say said yesterday.
South Korea's tourist industry has been hammered by China's boycott over the deployment of a U.S. missile defense system, with visitor numbers from the Asian giant plummeting 40 percent in March, statistics showed.
Think tank raises Taiwan's 2017 GDP growth forecast to over 2%
One of Taiwan's leading economic think tanks has raised its forecast for the country's economic growth for 2017 to more than 2 percent because of expectations of an improved export performance.
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