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Monday, June 29, 2015
The Yuanta-Polaris Research Institute, one of Taiwan's leading think tanks, lowered its forecast for the country's gross domestic product (GDP) growth for 2015 on Tuesday, citing weakening domestic consumption and global demand.
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Staff at French branches of UK retail chain Marks and Spencer went on strike Saturday demanding pay rises and an end to what one union official described as "management by terror."
The most luxurious edition of Apple Inc.'s smartwatch, scheduled to go on sale in Taiwan Friday, could cost NT$500,000 (US$16,163), market observers said Wednesday.
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Uganda's 'motorcycle Uber' shows it pays to be safe
When Silver Tumwesigye, a sharply-dressed Ugandan motorbike taxi driver known by his nickname "Silverstone," had an accident six years ago it was a double blow.
US auto industry braces for labor talks
The uneasy labor peace which helped the U.S. auto industry survive a financial collapse will soon be tested as the Detroit Three prepare for contract talks with the United Auto Workers.
It may have slipped from its golden age into its golden years, but two decades into the Internet era the fax machine is still, perhaps surprisingly, holding its place in many offices.
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Shares in Taiwan pulled back Friday from the gains posted a session earlier as investors were discouraged by a sliding Wall Street trend overnight amid concerns over the debt problems in Greece, dealers said.
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Taipei-based China Airlines (CAL) ranked as the sixth biggest international air cargo shipper in 2014, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), a trade association of global airlines.
Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE, 大立光), the world's largest integrated circuit packaging and testing services provider, announced late Thursday that it has prices its latest tranche of overseas convertible bonds at a 27 percent premium over the
The U.S. dollar rose against the Taiwan dollar Friday, gaining NT$0.080 to close at the day's high of NT$31.132 with market sentiment cautious about the debt situation in the eurozone, dealers said.
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