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April 24, 2017

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Retirement savings: how big a difference does 20 years make?
We've heard many times how it makes sense to start early when saving for retirement, here's some more perspective.
With the fate of Uber Taiwan in limbo, U.S. officials have reportedly tried to persuade Taiwan's government to cave and legalize the ride-sharing service.
Japan's share growing
A representative from the Taiwan Stock Exchange attends the IR Festa2017 event hosted by the Tokyo Stock Exchange to attract Japanese investors to invest in Taiwan on Tuesday, Feb. 28. Japanese investment in Taiwan grew to make up 2.7 percent of all foreign investments last year, a significant increase from the 1.6 percent in 2010.
As predicted, leading steelmaker China Steel Corp. has announced a NT$1396 increase for each ton of steel for its domestic sales in the second quarter.
Starbucks price hike: more harm than good?
Starbucks opened its first branch in Taiwan in Tienmu, Taipei on March. 28, 1998. A joint venture between Starbucks' U.S. parent company and Uni-President (統一企業), with the latter acting as the local operating management company, the coffeehouse chain has been serving Taiwan with coffees ranging from espressos to caramel macchiatos for almost 20 years.
American warehouse club Costco Wholesale Corp. announced Sunday that it will begin providing fuel services to Costco members at its branch in Zhongli, Taoyuan starting Thursday.
Lealea Enterprise Co. (力麗), one of the largest polyester filament yarn and polyester chip makers in Taiwan, said Saturday it will set up its first overseas factory later this year in Indonesia.
Why can't young people stay in a job?
Vin sometimes eats dogfood for money -- but that's not the only way he differs from your average millennial.
Up to 55 percent of manufacturing businesses have been adversely impacted by the new "one fixed, one flexible" day off labor policy since it was put into effect two months ago, according a survey released Friday by 1111 Job Bank.
Local electronics manufacturers strengthened their employee recruitment drive in January, with the number of job openings showing a sharp annual increase of 17.65 percent and even higher monthly growth of 21.12 percent, according to the Workforce Development Agency.
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