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March 24, 2017

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A greener flight
A China Southern Airlines A320 New Engine Option (neo) Airbus arrives on a runway in this undated photo.
This year's 26th Taipei International Machine Tool Show will be the biggest machine tool show anywhere in Taiwan, according to show organizers Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and the Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry.
Ex-EVA Air chair plans return to airline industry
Former EVA Air Chairman Chang Kuo-wei -- ousted by his half-brothers in a board-room coup last year -- will announce his comeback plan to the airline industry in the next few months, his spokesman was cited as revealing Wednesday.
The Importers and Exporters Association of Taipei (IEAT) proposed five strategic alliances for Taiwan to boost its trade in 2017 after the latest rankings found the country dropping in trade competitiveness.
"A little spring swallow" has flitted into the lackluster domestic realty market, a market expert said Monday, referring to soaring construction shares that have sent the local bourse rallying toward the 10,000-point mark.
Starbucks price hikes brew up storm
Netizens were left spluttering into their skinny lattes Monday after coffee giant Starbucks announced a raft of price hikes.
McDonald's Taiwan in final stage of transfer to local owner: report
McDonald's Taiwan is in the final steps of transferring its operation to a local managing team, Taiwan media reported on Monday.
Pick up the pace on reforms, AmCham says
The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei's (AmCham Taipei) Chairman Albert Chang (章錦華) on Monday urged Taiwan to improve its economic infrastructure and government regulations at a faster rate.
Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd. said it expected total revenue to increase by NT$1.15 billion, or 0.5 percent, to NT$231.16 billion in 2017 as compared to the unaudited consolidated revenue of 2016.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (TSMC) ranked 6th among its peers in the semiconductor industry for its research and development (R&D) expenditures last year, an IC Insights report revealed.
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