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Monday, October 5, 2015
Several engineers at scandal-hit German automaker Volkswagen have admitted to installing the device in the company's cars aimed at cheating pollution tests, a newspaper reported Sunday.
Plunging nickel prices and the market woes of world mining giants have shaken the French territory of New Caledonia, a tropical archipelago in the Pacific that is hostage to the metal's fortunes.
Aromatherapy's natural appeal is driving sales
Long eclipsed by modern medicine, demand for aromatherapy with its sensual fragrances and soothing powers has surged as more people are attracted to natural products.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Initial iPhone 6s series shipments to Taiwan are expected to reach 200,000 units, with phone carriers reporting strong pre-sales for the Apple smartphones, according to a local report.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, topped the list of listed companies on the Taiwan Stock Exchange with the largest amount of cash or cash equivalent assets, ...............
The 2015 Asia eCommerce Forum will open on Oct. 7 at the Nangkang Exhibition Hall, and will see a grand gathering of e-commerce and Internet industry heavyweights, covering topics in e-commerce, mobility and world markets.
 > Taiwan
Taiwan entered a mobile shopping era this year with mobile shopping sales breezing past PC shopping, experts revealed yesterday.
 > Taiwan
Minister of the National Development Council Duh Tyzz-jiun said Wednesday there are no forecasts so far that showed growth of Taiwan's gross domestic product (GDP) will fall below 1 percent this year.
 > Taiwan
Compal Electronics Inc. (仁寶), one of Taiwan's leading notebook computer contract manufacturers, said that it has decided to resume production in Vietnam, with mass production there expected to kick off by the end of this year.
American-Taiwanese entertainer and media personality Jeffrey Huang's (黃立成) controversial live streaming video app "17" was taken off the App Store and Google Play last week, after continual scandals involving the usage of the app did not die down.
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