Sunday, March 1, 2015
A program scheduled to launch this July to further cut down the size of the country's military could be delayed due to objections raised by the R.O.C. Army, a local media outlet reported yesterday.
Transactions of residential and commercial property in Taipei and New Taipei for the first half of February grew at a double-digit pace from a month earlier after the government proposed a more lenient than expected tax reform plan targeting home sellers, .......
A series of events will be held in Taiwan to commemorate the fourth anniversary of a powerful earthquake that struck northeastern Japan on March 11, 2011, and to express Japan's gratitude for Taiwan's post-disaster assistance.
Temperatures in northern and northeastern parts of Taiwan will see a drop of up to 8 degrees Celsius on the last day of the three-day weekend, the Central Weather Bureau said Saturday.
Taiwan is expected to report a year-on-year increase in export orders in January for the 12th consecutive month because of strong demand for mobile devices and wearable gadgets, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Saturday.
The production value of Taiwan's manufacturing sector rose 3.59 percent in 2014 from a year earlier with the help of strong global demand for mobile devices, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Saturday.
Barclays Capital expects the Taiwan stock exchange's benchmark weighted index, the Taiex, to breach 10,000 points in the next 12 months because of the market's strong liquidity and Taiwan's sound economic fundamentals.
Taiwan is expected to report the 17th consecutive month of growth in sales posted in January by the local commercial sector, which comprises the retail, wholesale and dining services segments, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Saturday.
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) will attend the 228 Memorial Day Event today at the Taipei 228 Peace Memorial Park. He is a relative of a victim of the historical incident.
A hot spring located at the Yangmingshan National Park in Taipei that has been previously kept secret and reserved for military use only will be open to the general public soon, local media reported yesterday.