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Saturday, November 21, 2015
ARM Holdings Plc, the British designer of microprocessors that power almost all mobile computing devices, said Thursday in Taipei that it is increasing its investment in software in a bid to achieve its recently revised target for server market share.
Over half of the restricted food products entering the country between Jan. 1, 2014 and Oct. 31, 2015 consisted of pet food, the Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine said Friday.
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je expressed hope Friday that construction of the planned Taipei Mass Rapid Transit Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin Line can be accelerated smoothly.
Amundi has announced the return of the master agent of Amundi funds to show the determination and commitment to Taiwan's market, according to an announcement by Amundi.
Taiwan plans to expand cooperation with Russia in the agriculture, automotive, digital technology and petrochemical industries, Taiwan's representative to Russia Wang Chien-yeh told Russian news agency Sputnik.
Guam tourism representatives said Thursday that they are hoping to attract more Taiwanese travelers through various incentives, including a marathon that will take place at night.
The U.S. Treasury announced new measures Thursday to block "inversion" mergers designed to let companies avoid U.S. taxes, placing a possible obstacle to Pfizer's potential US$150 billion takeover of Ireland's Allergan.
An attempt by Indian Railways to recruit disabled staff backfired badly this week when candidates had to make their way up a building with no escalators or ramps, the Times of India reported on Friday.
The Asian Development Bank said Friday it has approved combined loan assistance to Pakistan of nearly US$1.4 billion for programs targeting its power sector, a crucial boost as Islamabad struggles to resolve a years-long energy crisis.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Bank of Japan holds fire on stimulus despite recession
Japan's central bank on Thursday held fire on expanding its monetary easing program, even as the world's third-largest economy slipped into its second recession in two years and monthly exports fell.
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