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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
A series of new policies are set for implementation this July, ranging from the widely talked about minimum wage increase to restrictions on smoking while riding a scooter or motorcycle, as well as bylaws to be enacted by local governments.
Trend Micro Inc. (趨勢科技) has issued a warning to Taiwanese small- and medium-sized enterprises about the newest Nigerian hacking scheme that will not only steal information, but also cancel transactions initiated by enterprises and transfer the money to the hacker's bank accounts instead.
The Ministry of Finance (MOF, 財政部) said yesterday that Taiwan will apply to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) via its membership at the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Taiwan's consumer confidence index (CCI) fell 1.06 points in June to 90.58, dragged by sentiment in equity market investment and in national economic outlook, according to a survey released yesterday by National Central University (中央大學).
Taiwan -- NCKU reveals a new, sustainable floating house design at conference
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) has recently revealed a new unique floating house design during the Conference on Taijian Floating Green House and Sustainable Energy Strategies (2015台江浮動綠建築及永續能源策略研討會).
Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration (EPA, 環保署) inked an international information-sharing partnership last week to strengthen the development of low-carbon technologies.
To create a more efficient market and in accordance with the easing of limits on margin trading and short sales announced by the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC, 金管會), starting from June 29.
Taiwan -- Shares fall to 9,236.10 on Greek debt concerns
Shares in Taiwan took a nosedive Monday as the debt crisis in Greece dragged down the stock markets in Japan, South Korea and China, dealers said.
Monday, June 29, 2015
Taiwan's state-owned petroleum refiner, CPC Corp., Taiwan, will cut its gasoline and diesel prices by NT$0.1 (US$0.003) each from midnight, the company announced Sunday.
Taiwanese integrated circuit designer ASMedia Technology Inc., a subsidiary of computer vendor Asustek Computer Inc., is forecast to benefit from broader adoption of the USB3.1 port and increasing chipset orders.
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