Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Undeterred by economic uncertainty, CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice, a top Taiwanese bubble tea brand in Thailand, plans to open at least 4-5 more branches next year.
The average price of smartphones in Taiwan is expected to drop by 10 percent next year as more affordable 4G-enabled models hit the local market, according to tech research firm IDC.
After showing improvements in wastewater management practices, an Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE, 日月光) factory in Kaohsiung was yesterday permitted by the city government to resume operations.
Shares in Taiwan ended lower yesterday as investors remained cautious amid international and domestic uncertainties, dealers said.
Monday, December 15, 2014
Taiwan's Asustek Inc. (華碩) is gearing up to grab a larger market share in India after its major Chinese rival in that country, Xiaomi Inc., was barred from selling its handsets there by an Indian court last week for infringing upon technology patented by Ericsson, according to a report by the Commercial Times Sunday.
CTBC Charity Foundation (中國信託慈善基金會) on Wednesday held a public press conference with the Educational Foundation of the United States of America's Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to expand anti-drugs awareness to more schools in Taiwan.
Taiwanese companies have higher-than-average maturity in cloud computing and big data analysis in the Asia-Pacific region due to their skilled employees and high standards for process control, according to research firm IDC.
Standard Chartered Bank recently held a press event on Dec. 7 at Taipei City's pedestrian hotspot Ximending to promote the upcoming 2015 Taipei Standard Chartered Bank Charity Marathon (臺北渣打公益馬拉松).
Sunday, December 14, 2014
A new luxury apparent complex in Taipei allows residents to drive sports cars directly up to their floor; the apartment was viewed at an exclusive press conference yesterday, but starting prices have yet to be disclosed.
The Economics Ministry yesterday trashed reports that claimed differences within Taiwan's delegation had undermined its efforts at the just-concluded negotiations on expanding the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) between World Trade Organization (WTO) members.