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Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Shares in Taiwan extended losses Tuesday as renewed concerns over the debt problems in Greece dragged Wall Street lower, dealers said.
Dun & Bradstreet Taiwan (鄧白氏) initiated its Top 1000 SME (Small & Medium-sized Enterprises) Elite Program yesterday, according to its General Manager Michelle Sun (孫偉真). .............
Overseas Taiwanese companies committed to invest NT$40.4 billion in Taiwan in the first five months of this year, reaching 76 percent of the target figure of NT$53.3 billion for all of 2015, the Ministry of Economic Affairs said Tuesday.
The Legislative Yuan passed a revision to the Legal Aid Act, extending legal assistance to foreign laborers and economically disadvantaged foreign spouses who previously did not qualify for help.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Taiwan and South Korea have signed two memorandums of understanding that are expected to slash patent review and approval time, and government officials said petrochemical, electronics and semiconductor industries are poised to reap the most benefits.
TAIPEI--Nine suspects have been turned over to the authorities for alleged involvement in drug trafficking, police said Monday.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電) and Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海) are among the top firms globally in terms of the number of patents obtained in the United States this year.
Securities companies operating in Taiwan suffered a more than 50 percent month-on-month decline in net profit for May in the wake of a drop in the weighted index on the main board and a decline in daily turnover, the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) said Monday.
An amendment to the Labor Pension Act passed third reading in the Legislature yesterday, which guarantees that monthly pension installments cannot be collateralized, garnished to pay off debts or seized to enforce repayments.
Lawmakers yesterday ratified a "historic" carbon footprint act that mandates Taiwan to cut greenhouse gas emissions by half the level of 2005 by 2050.
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