Taiwan's Foxconn 'definitely bidding' for Toshiba chip business

HONG KONG Taiwan's Foxconn (2317.TW), the world's largest contract electronics maker, is "definitely bidding" for the chip business of Japan's Toshiba Corp (6502.T) and is "very confident" it can buy into it, company founder Terry Gou said on Wednesday. ( read original story ...)

Taiwan stocks fall as Trump focuses on tax, immigration reforms

Taiwan stock and financial markets were closed on Monday and Tuesday for a public holiday. The electronics subindex was down 0.8 percent, while the financial subindex fell 0.3 percent. Among actively traded shares, Taishin Financial Holding Co was down 0.8 ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan urges reconciliation as China butts in on memorial

TAIPEI Taiwan's president urged truthful reconciliation on Tuesday on the 70th anniversary of an uprising against Nationalist troops that has galvanised independence supporters, an event China is seeking to co-opt to oppose independence. The "228 Incident ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan: Can a product package be an artistic work?

Generally, when faced with competitor's illegal copying of a product's package, unless the design of such package is a registered design patent or a trade mark, the claimant used to rely on Article 22 of Taiwan's Fair Trade Act to seek injunctive relief. ( read original story ...)

Chunghwa Telecom mulls introducing Nokia 3310

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan's leading telecom services provider, is considering introducing the new Nokia 3310 smartphone into the domestic market to help upgrade its 2G consumers to 3G, according to the Central News Agency. The company's ... ( read original story ...)