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Financial Information Service Chairman Zhao Yang-ching (趙揚清) said on Wednesday that her goal for T wallet + was to have 100,000 registered cards in five years, in response to the lackluster performance of the Taiwanese mobile payment app in comparison to the recently launched Apple Pay.
 
We are the robots
Minister of Science and Technology Chen Liang-gee (陳良基), front, interacts with a robot at a press conference held by the Ministry of Science and Technology to announce its 4-year plan to build an NT$2-billion "AI Robot Maker Space." The project will be part of the government's Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Plan, the ministry said.
 
Led by TSMC, Hon Hai local shares edge close to 10,000
Shares in Taiwan closed less than 60 points short of the 10,000 mark Tuesday, led by the bellwether electronics sector, in which large-cap stocks followed their counterparts on Wall Street to move higher, dealers said.
 
Trip of a lifetime
Models, photographed on Tuesday, May 2, hold up signs with the best travel deals that will be available at the upcoming 2017 Taipei Tourism Expo.
 
With Apple Inc.'s stock prices closing up 2.1 percent at a record US$146.60 yesterday, shares of Taiwan-based Apple suppliers have also experienced a surge in value according to local media reports on Tuesday.
 
Leading tire-maker Kenda Rubber adds Indonesia plant
In line with the government's "New Southbound Policy," Kenda Rubber Industrial Co., Ltd. -- one of the two major tire makers in Taiwan -- has set up a plant in Indonesia to turn out bicycle and motorcycle tubes and tires, the Central News Agency (CNA) reported Monday.
 
Terry Gou confirms US investment push after another White House visit
After visiting the White House for the second time in two days, Hon Hai Chairman Terry Gou on Friday confirmed that his firm was planning major "expanded investments" in the U.S.
 
About half of Taiwan's workers say they have not felt any benefits from the five-day workweek scheme, as they continue to work long hours without overtime pay, according to survey results released Friday.
 
Beyond VR
Acer presents its Windows Mixed Reality head-mounted display at a product launch in New York, Thursday, April 27. Acer showed how the mixed reality platform produces environments in which physical and digital coexist and interact with one another to enable a new way of harnessing technology. During the New York event, the Taiwan-based PC vendor also introduced its full 2017 back-to-school product lineup.
 
Cross-border e-commerce transactions will be subject to 5 percent business tax starting May 1, according to the Ministry of Finance (MOF).
 
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