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The number of people made bankrupt last year rose by 14 percent to reach 1,992 -- the highest percentage since 2009.
Shares in Taiwan pulled back Thursday on reduced turnover, after rallying the previous day, as investors took cues from a lackluster Wall Street overnight, dealers said.
Travelers from China are swarming the world and Singapore is seeing them in record numbers.
Acer Inc. is set to boost its revenue, gross margin and operational efficiency this year as it continues restructuring efforts and bets its future on cloud computing technology, its top executive said Wednesday.
A spate of high-profile cybercrimes has targeted major retailers in the U.S. Despite this, many shops worldwide have been slow to adopt more sophisticated cyber security systems, experts say. The problem: Most retailers -- and consumers -- believe that cybercrime affects only online players.
Boosted by a move by the local government to relax day trading rules, the trading volume of Taiwan's share market on Thursday posted a record of NT$134.15 billion, the highest since March 17, 2011.
UBS recently announced that a traveling exhibition of 19 world-renowned contemporary art pieces from the UBS Art Collection has kicked off at the Bellavita Art Gallery, Taipei.
Singapore soars, leaves people behind
Every day, through eyes clouded by glaucoma, Peter witnesses the spending power generated by Singapore's economic success, knowing he can only afford to look.
Google doubles planned investment in Changhua center to US$600 mil.
Google Inc. said Wednesday it will double its original planned investment of US$300 million in a data center in central Taiwan to US$600 million.
The construction boom shows no signs of ending any time soon, but a shortage of workers means projects may cost more and take longer to complete.
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