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Shares on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) closed lower on Tuesday as investors took advantage of earlier gains to cut their holdings for profits, with the weighted index breaching the 9,300 point mark at one point, dealers said.
Despite signs that the domestic economy is improving, many employers in Taiwan are more cautious than in the past about hiring workers in the fourth quarter, a survey released by online job bank 1111 showed Tuesday.
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Annual electronics trade show draws to a close
TAITRONICS, an annual trade show for electronics and smart technology, drew to a close on Sunday after proving itself as the preeminent gathering of firms in Taiwan's electronics supply chain.
Samsung's Taiwan office has announced that production schedules of the firm's Galaxy Note 7 have been "adjusted" after reports the South Korean tech giant had suspended production of the smartphone.
The finance industry gave a reserved response to President Tsai Ing-wen's National Day speech given yesterday, saying it did not deviate enough from the government's insistence on "maintaining the status quo" to satisfy China.
East Coast tourist booths
Activity information booths as seen in Taitung County, Monday, Oct. 10. Established by the Tourism Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, three booths along Taiwan's East Coast will provide tourists with information on local sights. Prizes and souvenirs are also available for tourists who upload their photos to social media.
Although smartphone brand HTC Corp. (宏達電) posted a more-than 40 percent month-on-month sales increase in September, several brokerages remain cautious about the firm's bottom line and expect the company to report losses for the third and fourth quarters.
Come fly with me
An Air Asia passenger airplane is seen in an undated file photo in an unspecified location. AirAsia Philippines -- an affiliate of AirAsia, a low-cost airline based in Malaysia -- is planning to kick off its services between Manila and Taipei on Nov. 1 with seven flights a week.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reaffirmed that there was no timetable for any lifting of a ban on food imports from five Japanese prefectures that were affected by radiation fallout from a nuclear power plant meltdown following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
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