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Friday, June 26, 2015
Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, said Thursday that it is planning to replace 30 percent of its workforce with robots within the next five years to improve manufacturing efficiency.
The Tsai brothers of Fubon Financial Holding Co. (富邦金) are on top of the list of Taiwan's richest people for the first time, according to Forbes Asia magazine.
McDonald's recent decision to sell its Taiwan stores does not indicate that Taiwan's environment for foreign investment is deteriorating, presidential adviser Sean Chen (陳沖) said yesterday.
A Taiwanese agency funded by the government is helping El Salvador upgrade its pottery industry by improving local pottery artists' design abilities and injecting innovative elements into their works, the agency said earlier this week.
A Taiwanese agency funded by the government is helping El Salvador upgrade its pottery industry by improving local pottery artists' design abilities and injecting innovative elements into their works, the agency said earlier this week.
Taiwan High Speed Rail (THSR, 台灣高鐵) announced yesterday after its board meeting that the THSR will be conducting a NT$30 billion finance improvement plan and the ticket price for Taipei to Kaohsiung trips, currently at NT$1,630, ...........
The chairman of Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), a major supplier of Apple Inc., promised Thursday that his company's revenue will grow 10 percent this year.
Chinese Kun Opera (崑曲), which is listed by the United Nations as a human heritage treasure, recently blossomed in Taipei. Two top contemporary Kun Opera performers Hua Wen-yi (華文漪) and Tsai Cheng-jen (蔡正仁) were invited by National Taiwan University (NTU) to give lectures and demonstrations to NTU students and the general public.
A new instrument landing system was inaugurated Thursday at Magong Airport in outlying Penghu County, which is expected to improve safety after a fatal crash just outside the airport under stormy conditions last July.
The Civil Aviation Administration (CAA, 民航局) publicized relaxations of existing regulations regarding in-flight electronics usage yesterday. These relaxed regulations will take effect on six national airline companies in Taiwan starting in September.
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