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Wednesday, September 30, 2015
China Airlines (CAL) was placed second among a top 10 passenger choice airline brands for 2015, according to Design Air, a leading site for airline product news and reviews.
Acer Inc. (宏碁), the world's fifth-largest PC maker, denied media reports on Tuesday that the company intends to cut around 10 percent of its workforce in Taiwan because of disappointing sales.
In a complete reversal of its previous verdict, the Kaohsiung District Court yesterday ruled Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE, 日月光) not guilty of pouring toxic wastewater into a river.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Nearing the completion of its first housing project, the Formosa Plastics Group (FPG, 台塑集團) is poised to make its first move into the domestic property market -- posing a threat to existing players in the industry with its competitive pricing strategy.
Historic data show Taiwan shares tend to move up in the fourth quarter and a domestic institutional investor has forecast the weighted stock index will hit 8,800 points before the end of the year.
To worldwide racing fans, the 2015 Formula One Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix just concluded on Sept. 20. But to the Lotus F1 Team, their most important task was just beginning after the three-day festival ended.
Monday, September 28, 2015
Residents of Taipei spent NT$27,004 per person on a monthly basis, while the national average was pegged at NT$19,978 last year, government statistics show.
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The "red supply chain" has seriously impacted Taiwan's current export performances and heightened cross-strait competition, according to a Legislative Yuan report that was released yesterday.
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The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) reported on Friday that the production value of the local contact lens sector is expected to reach a record NT$11 billion (US$333.57 million) this year.
Gov't hoping star ad will boost Japanese tourism
A Taiwanese-produced commercial featuring Japanese singer-actor Takuya Kimura (木村拓哉) was released in Japan Sunday, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau said, adding it hopes the campaign will help boost Japanese tourist numbers coming to Taiwan.
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