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Economy edging to brink of crisis: forum
A University of Chicago economist has said Taiwan's economy is on "the brink of death," urging the government push ahead with reforms in order to avoid a "difficult future."
Batteries blamed for Note 7 fires
Samsung Taiwan's General Manager Lee Tsai-yeh (李載燁) bows to apologize for faults in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 batteries, which have been blamed for a spate of explosions.
Cement boss critical after fall
This undated file photo shows Leslie Cheng-yun Koo (辜成允), chairman and president of the Taiwan Cement Corp. (台泥), who was rushed to a hospital Saturday after tumbling down a flight of stairs at a Taipei hotel.
HTC launches new 'VR for Impact' program
Taiwan-based smartphone manufacturer HTC Corp. (宏達電), which is keen to diversify its product line by exploring the virtual reality business, has launched a "VR for Impact" program to fund the development of VR content and technologies.
The government-sponsored Industrial Technology Research Institute's Industrial Economics and Knowledge Center (IEK) has raised its forecast for the output growth of Taiwan's manufacturing sector for 2017, as the global economy shows signs of improving.
Pixel party
Visitors pack Taipei Game Show on Saturday, Jan. 21. Now in its 15th year, the annual expo this year put the spotlight on virtual reality. Taipei Game Show runs until Tuesday at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1.
James Huang becomes new TAITRA chairman
Former Foreign Minister James Huang was elected chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) Friday.
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Get ready to get your game on
An "Assassin's Creed" cosplayer, left, poses with show girls at the booth of tech company HyperX at the 2017 Taipei Game Show on Friday. Jan. 17. The five-day event began Friday and will runs until Tuesday.
Shares in Taiwan closed slightly higher on Friday amid cautious sentiment, with many investors choosing to remain on the sidelines ahead of the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump later in the day, dealers said.
Touted as "Uber for the realty sector," the housing-brokerage app Ubee is quickly emerging as a gamechanger for housing agents as the market struggles to overcome lingering sluggishness.
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