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Student investors simulate their way to NT$100,000
Following an intense eight-week competition, the winners of Franklin Templeton Investments Investment Competition were announced on Sunday, March 26.
 
3-day fair to celebrate Taiwan's forests
The Executive Yuan's Forestry Bureau kicked off its "Forest Market" at the Central Culture Park on Friday to promote a better public understanding of the resources and services provided by the forest ecosystem.
 
Taiwan's property market is bracing for a boom this year, a chairman of one of the biggest real estate developers said Friday.
 
Taiwan shares end higher, edging in on 10,000 point mark
Shares in Taiwan closed higher but remained just short of the 10,000 point mark on Tuesday after Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電), the most heavily weighted local stock, led an upturn throughout the session, dealers said.
 
TAITRA celebrates cycling innovation
Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) honored the newest innovations in the cycling industry on Tuesday by giving out its Taipei Cycle Design & Innovation Awards to a slew eye-catching products.
 
Reports of TSMC's US plant rattle Taiwan
Government officials and pundits were scrambling on Monday to address reports that Taiwan's top chipmaker may build its most advanced plant yet in the U.S. instead of in Kaohsiung.
 
Local media reports have pointed to several reasons why the world-leading chip maker may consider choosing the U.S. over Taiwan as the location for their new manufacturing site.
 
Students to vie for NT$200,000 at first national 'makerthon'
National Yunlin University of Science & Technology on Monday announced its 2017 Intelligent Living Makerthon, which aims to bring college students together to come up with practical innovations.
 
Bolstered by the Taoyuan Airport MRT, Greater Taoyuan's storefront market saw its transaction values soar sharply in 2016 to second place among the six special municipalities, according to a housing brokerage firm.
 
With the U.S. dollar the favored foreign currency traded by local investors, they have been encouraged to buy into exchange traded funds (ETFs) that track the movement of the U.S. currency.
 
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