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Saturday, June 27, 2015
The National Development Council's (NDC, 國家發展委員會) overall economic monitoring indicator rose two points to 18 last month, flashing yellow-blue to signal a slowdown.
Taiwan's Wistron Corp. (緯創), one of the world's largest contract laptop makers, said Friday it had started an internal initiative to cut costs and reallocate its workforce in a move to turn its business around.
Taiwan -- Apple Watch likely to sell out locally on launch day: retailer
Apple Inc.'s first smartwatch may sell out in Taiwan on Friday, the first day of sales in the local market, because the supply is limited, a local retailer said.
Friday, June 26, 2015
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.
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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Taiwan -- Breaking back for a dream, but not much to show
Filipino Joe De La Rosa is working in Taipei in hopes of making his big dreams come true.
The U.S. dollar closed unchanged from a session earlier at NT$31.052 Thursday, with market sentiment cautious ahead of the outcome of an ongoing policymaking meeting held by the local central bank, dealers said.
Local enterprises' outlook toward the domestic manufacturing sector improved slightly in May, according to a monthly report released Thursday by the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER).
Most of the chief financial officers of Taiwan's largest companies expect to see an increase in profits this year, according to a report released Thursday by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
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