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The Taipei Metro souvenir shop opens on Friday, April 28. Located near the M3 exit on B1 in Taipei Main Station, the shop offers products featuring Taiwan's tourist spots. From Friday to May 19, visitors who check in at the shop and upload a photo of it on Facebook will receive a postcard with free postage.
Nasdaq expressed optimism regarding the growth of exchange traded funds (ETFs) both in Taiwan and the international market during an interview with local media Tuesday.
The 2017 Huai'an Week (淮安週) took place in Taipei last week to promote cooperation between the mainland Chinese city and Taiwan.
Taiwan CEOs upbeat on global growth
Taiwanese CEOs are surprisingly optimistic about growth.
As part of its efforts to attract more Japanese buyers to Computex Taipei 2017, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), organizer of the annual event, held a press conference in Tokyo, April 19, publicizing the innovations of Taiwan's information and communications technology (ICT) industry to Japanese news media and related sectors.
Honda launches its affordable HondaJet in Taiwan
Honda Aircraft Co. officially launched its lightweight-jet -- the HondaJet -- in Taiwan on Friday. The aircraft is aimed to appeal to businesspeople who want a quick means of jetsetting across the region.
Locals eyeing ASEAN for work: job bank poll
Job opportunities for locals in ASEAN countries are growing at a rapid rate as an increasing number of Taiwanese businesses look to expand into the region, 104 Job Bank said Thursday.
Good and bad news for Taiwan in IMF outlook report
Taiwan will see 1.7 percent year-on-year economic growth in 2017, according to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) latest World Economic Outlook.
Taiwan's top four state-run firms all reported favorable profits last year, with their pre-tax combined earnings totaling NT$80 billion.
While a rebounding economy may bring increased job security, a new survey has warned workers not to expect a raise any time soon.
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