Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Research institutes yesterday remarked that amid a rapid expansion in production capacity observed among competitors in China, Taiwanese display panel suppliers must now rely on maintaining a technical lead in preserving operating results.
Economic Affairs Minister Chang Chia-juch (張家祝) yesterday indicated his pessimism on the chances of Taiwan reaching 2-percent economic growth in 2013.
Smartphone users may be subject to revised subscription pricing models following the commencement of operations of the forthcoming fourth-generation (4G), announced Taiwan's leading telecoms carriers yesterday.
Eyeing the opportunities created by a Taiwan-Japan open skies agreement, Japanese low-cost carrier Vanilla Air became the 13th budget airline serving Taiwan when it recently launched flights between Taiwan and Japan.
Taiwan's renewable and low-carbon energy industry continued its growth in the third quarter of this year, backed by a rebound in the solar power sector, according to a local research institute.
The government's plan to consolidate state-invested banks continued to boost the performance of financial stocks in Taiwan on Monday, helping the market's benchmark index close nearly a percent higher, dealers said.
Mega International Bank (兆豐國際) is set to acquire a controlling share of Chang Hwa Bank (彰銀) next year and an action plan will soon unfold, government officials said.
Monday, November 25, 2013
When Georgia Benjamin goes holiday shopping this year, her smartphone will be her guide, pointing her to the items she is seeking and the best deals.
Boeing Co. is soliciting bids from more than a dozen locations that want to build the new 777X airplane and secure thousands of jobs along with it, a company official said Saturday.
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Shares of a number of electronic commerce companies yesterday mounted a spirited rally following encouraging reports of legislative progress.