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Confidence in local economy continues to improve: survey
Confidence in Taiwan's economy has continued to improve as data points to stable recovery, according to a monthly survey conducted by Cathay Financial Holding Co.
 
China's growth stabilized in the first quarter thanks to rising investments and a recovery in exports, experts said, though they warned the reprieve may be temporary.
 
With 100 million new internet users every year, Amazon is betting big on India, but a major new investment in homegrown rival Flipkart means the battle to dominate the fast-growing e-commerce market is set to heat up.
 
One of the focal points of the Japan-U.S. economic dialogue -- of which the first meeting will be held Tuesday -- is whether both governments can affirm a cooperative relationship in the fields of infrastructure and energy.
 
Qatar and the Philippines have signed trade agreements worth US$200 million during the final leg of President Rodrigo Duterte's Gulf tour, Manila's trade and industry secretary told reporters in Doha Sunday.
 
Taiwan shares plunge amid rising geopolitical tensions
Shares in Taiwan took a beating Friday, ending more than 1 percent lower as sentiment was affected by rising geopolitical tensions after the United States dropped a powerful bomb in Afghanistan earlier in the day, dealers said.
 
Gogoro to increase battery-swapping stations
Taiwan-based smartscooter maker Gogoro Inc. unveiled plans Friday to expand its network of battery-swapping stations into the country's western regions, after installing 19 new stations in Kaohsiung and Tainan earlier this year.
 
A robotic leg brace to help paralyzed people walk
Toyota is introducing a wearable robotic leg brace designed to help partially paralyzed people walk.
 
TSMC records 12% quarterly drop in Q1 net profit
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電), the world's largest contract chip maker, on Thursday reported a quarterly drop of more than 12 percent in its first-quarter profits, citing the slow season effects.
 
Hon Hai reportedly one of four bidders for Toshiba IC assets
Taiwan-based manufacturing giant Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海) has become one of four bidders eyeing Toshiba Corp.'s memory chip assets after the financially troubled Japanese firm narrowed down the potential buyer list, Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reported Thursday.
 
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