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Monday, November 30, 2015
Scholars in Taiwan said Saturday that the country's central bank is unlikely to change its key interest rates at its quarterly policymaking meeting on Dec. 17.
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Taiwan registered a record high of 8.477 million tourist arrivals in the first 10 months of the year, with the biggest increase seen in arrivals from South Korea, according to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC).
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Asia is poised to ignite a decade of global trade growth and be the starting point for a quadrupling of worldwide exports to an estimated US$68.5 trillion by 2050, according to new forecasts in HSBC's landmark Trade Winds report.
Climate changes take toll on Ugandan coffee farmers
Luka Kinyere felt the wet, dark volcanic soil in his calloused palm, thankful for the rain that was falling again after a dry spell.
Almost 200 challengers sign up for the first 'DBS Taiwan Hackathon,' reports DBS Bank
Financial technology (Fintech) is continuing to turn the traditional banking industry on its head. To pave the way for the coming of Bank 3.0, DBS Bank (Taiwan) partnered with ALPHA Camp, the first startup school in Taiwan,...............
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The International Monetary Fund is expected to approve inclusion of China's yuan in its SDR basket of elite currencies on Monday, rewarding Beijing's strong pursuit of the global status.
The Special Drawing Right has been the International Monetary Fund's "artificial currency" since 1969, used notably to calculate the interest rates it charges on loans to member states.
Iran is seeking US$25 billion in investments from 50 deals involving international oil and gas companies, foreign executives were told Saturday in Tehran as the government outlined new contractual terms.
German carrier Lufthansa, reeling under a series of recent strikes, said Saturday it had reached a wage rise accord with services sector union Verdi covering 30,000 ground staff.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
The chairman of the Hong Kong arm of one of China's biggest securities companies goes missing. The head of another firm resurfaces after months incommunicado. An executive at a film studio is detained for allegedly taking bribes.
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