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COMPUTEX features startups and innovative tech
COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2016, one of the largest information and communication technology (ICT) shows in the world, will kick off on May 31, featuring new innovations and startups for the first time in the exhibition's history.
DBS Bank (Taiwan) launches 3-episode mini-series, 'Sparks,' inspired by true story
In order to make banking joyful, DBS Bank (Taiwan) presents Sparks, a three-episode mini-series inspired by a true story from DBS. Sparks communicates DBS' deep understanding of the world its customers live in, which drives the design of its products, ............
Shares in Taiwan took another plunge Wednesday to close below the 8,200-point mark, with downward pressure rotating to the old economy and financial sectors, as investor confidence in market prospects was hurt by massive foreign institutional selling a session earlier, dealers said.
Ruentex Group CEO Samuel Yin was awarded an outstanding engineering medal by the Russian Academy of Engineering on Wednesday for sharing his invention of a multi-spiral construction cage with Russian industries.
Suppliers should use the Ministry of Labor's direct hiring service to meet the increasing demand from buyers for fair treatment of foreign workers, the ministry's Workforce Development Agency said Wednesday.
Taiwan-based smartphone vendor HTC Corp. will unveil a smartwatch in June, hoping to diversify its product portfolio as global demand for smartphones weakens, according to tech website PhoneArena.
The U.S. dollar closed higher against the Taiwan dollar Wednesday, gaining NT$0.151 to close at the day's high of NT$32.365, as traders in Taiwan took cues from a pullback of the Japanese yen and other regional units to cut their holdings in the local currency, dealers said.
Auto sector shares took a beating Wednesday, led by Hotai Motor Co., the sales agent for Toyota Motor in Taiwan, amid concerns that a rising Japanese yen will force local car vendors to raise prices, hurting sales, dealers said.
Taiwan's Agriculture and Food Agency said that consumers in Taiwan should try to obtain as much information as possible about agricultural products on the market and can do by using a traceability system that was introduced last year.
Shares in Taiwan slid Tuesday for the third straight session, falling 1 percent to end below 8,300 points after the three-day Labor Day holiday as investors stayed on the sidelines amid weak global markets, dealers said.
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