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The government's "New Southbound Policy" will get a boost at the upcoming Sourcing Taiwan 2017, with nearly half of the over 500 international buyers coming from countries targeted by the initiative, organizers said Monday.
 
Hon Hai's price up on Sharp profit
An Asian brokerage has raised its target price on shares in Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, after Japan's Sharp Corp., in which the Taiwanese firm holds a majority stake, turned a profit for the fourth quarter of last year.
 
The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) has disclosed the average cash dividend yield on the local main board, a move that brings the local equity market into line with international practices.
 
The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE), which operates the local main board, has tightened rules governing securities borrowing and lending (SBL) in the equity market to improve SBL operations.
 
Don't say goodbye yet: Uber 'looks forward' to serving Taiwan again
U.S.-based ride-hailing company Uber, which suspended its services in Taiwan starting on Friday, said it hoped to resume dialogue with Taiwan's government and looked forward to serving people in this country again.
 
Wi-Fi coming to HSR trains by August
Passengers aboard high-speed rail (HSR) trains will be able to use Wi-Fi before the 2017 Summer Universiade opens in mid-August in Taipei, state-run Chunghwa Telecom said Friday.
 
Getting your groceries just got easier: locally developed e-wallet app JKOS Pay can now be used at Wellcome supermarkets throughout Taiwan.
 
Eighty percent of consumers have used or are open to using mobile payments, according to Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (資策會產業情報研究所) survey results released Thursday.
 
Putting a price on romance
Hotel windows illuminate a heart shape on Thursday, Feb. 9. With Valentine's Day coming next week, hotels and restaurants are pitching various offers for customers to choose from. Eslite is offering a romantic package for couples that includes paired rings, movie ticket, delicacies and accommodation for NT$138,000.
 
Former Foreign Minister Huang takes the wheel at TAITRA
Former Foreign Minister James Huang (黃志芳) on Wednesday officially became the new chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA).
 
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