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Shares in Taiwan closed slightly higher Thursday, recovering from an early drop, as buying rotated to select old economy and financial stocks, dealers said.
The average monthly starting salary for new college graduates with a bachelor's degree is NT$6,320 (US$197) less than their desired remuneration, according to the results of a survey released Thursday.
ASEAN officials in visit talk up foreign investment
The government's "New Southbound Policy" shifted into high gear today as ranking officers from 10 Southeast Asian countries gathered at an ASEAN investment forum held by the Economics Ministry to promote foreign investment by Taiwanese firms.
Nestle offers new blends of instant cold coffee, iced Milo
Simply pour cold water into the cup, and an irresistible iced coffee or Milo is born, able to quench anyone's thirst in the scorching heat. Nestle Taiwan is offering two new blends imported overseas to the Taiwan market, .......
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After a series of service extensions, the First Nuclear Power Plant in Shimen, New Taipei City will be retired on schedule, Vice Economics Minister Yang Wei-fu (楊偉甫) confirmed Wednesday.
Shipments of personal computers made by two Taiwan-based brands, Asustek Computer Inc. (華碩) and Acer Inc. (宏碁), increased in the second quarter of the year despite a year-on-year drop in global shipments, according to market information advisory firm Gartner.
FAT contract dispute
A Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) plane is seen in the air in this undated photo provided by the Taiwan-based airline. FAT has disclosed that it would take legal action against U.S.-based Air Lease Corporation (ALC) over a contract dispute.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp. (TSMC, 台積電), the world's largest contract chip-maker, on Wednesday denied reports that it was considering going public on China's stock market.
Shares in Taiwan opened high Wednesday on the strength of the U.S. stock market, but lost momentum until near the end of the trading session when the bourse rebounded to close 0.18 percent higher.
Taiwan-based smartphone brand HTC Corp.'s (宏達電) stock price rebounded to over NT$100 after sales of HTC Vive got traction in the Japanese market, joining the Taiwan Stock Exchange's surge recently.
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