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Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Net income of overall securities firms in January 2015 was NT$2.428 billion, according to a press release from Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE, 台灣證券交易所).
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The public will see lower-than-expected utility prices starting in April, as declining natural gas costs are gradually factored in by Taiwan Power Company (Taipower), the utility company announced yesterday.
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The 2015 Taipei International Machine Tool Show (TIMTOS,台北國際工具機展) is scheduled to take place at Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Halls 1 and 3, as well as the Nangang Exhibition Hall and the Taipei Expo Park from March 3 until March 8.
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As Turkey will soon launch direct flights to Taiwan, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA, 外貿協會) plans to invite more procurement teams from the country, and has scheduled a business delegation to visit the emerging economy between April 12 and 25.
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The U.S. dollar rose against the New Taiwan dollar Tuesday, gaining NT$0.050 to close at NT$31.688 as traders heeded the weakness of the South Korean won to cut their holdings in the local currency to reverse an earlier downturn in the greenback, dealers said.
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Acer unveils 2 cloud solutions in diversification effort
Taiwan's Acer Inc. (宏碁) unveiled two new cloud application solutions Tuesday for enterprises and individual consumers in an effort to transform itself into a company that integrates hardware manufacturing with software and services.
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US home sales plunge 4.9% in Jan.
U.S. home sales struck a snow drift in January, plunging to the slowest pace in nine months.
Hitachi said Tuesday it would buy the rail and traffic signal businesses of Italy's Finmeccanica.
World stocks were mostly higher and the dollar strengthened Tuesday as investors awaited remarks from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and the Greek government prepared to unveil reforms aimed at winning final approval for extended rescue loans.
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The euro held steady Tuesday as traders awaited a Greek government reform package critical to winning a four-month extension of its huge international bailout — and avoiding a disastrous default.
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