Saturday, May 18, 2013
The United States reiterated its call Thursday for Taipei and Manila to work out a resolution to their row over the fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman by the Philippines on May 9., 1 Comment
TECO Electric and Machinery (TECO,東元電機) is set to issue Taiwan's second renminbi-denominated bond from corporate issuer GreTai (over the counter market, 櫃買中心) next Monday with the help of HSBC Taipei.
lice confirmed that a Philippine worker was attacked by four Taiwanese and beaten with iron sticks and baseball bats in Tainan City on May 16 following the recent heated dispute between Taiwan and the Philippines., 4 Comments
Shares of Shin Kong Financial Holding Co. moved higher Friday morning after it reported an improvement in its bottom line for the first quarter of this year, dealers said.
The Coast Guard Administration (CGA) said yesterday that three additional large vessels have been dispatched since May 10 to waters south of Taiwan to increase the protection of Taiwanese fishermen in the wake of the fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman operating in the area.
The chairwoman of Taiwan-based smartphone vendor HTC Corp. has not raised her holdings in the company for 10 months, statistics released by the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) showed Friday.
Legislators across party lines reiterated yesterday their condemnation of the Philippines over the fatal May 9 shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman, but urged Taiwanese nationals to treat Filipinos in Taiwan rationally.
The U.S. dollar rose against the New Taiwan dollar Friday, gaining NT$0.01 to close at NT$30.060 as the local central bank entered the trading floor again to prop up the greenback and help the currency reverse its early gains, dealers said.
Taiwan and Singapore have concluded negotiations on a free trade agreement and both sides are expected to officially sign the deal soon, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday.
Days away from marking his fifth anniversary as Taiwan's head of state, there should be little fanfare for President Ma Ying-jeou and his administration, according to the opposition.