Profit Taking Expected For Taiwan Bourse

finance and technology shares, in particular. For the day, the index soared 293.35 points or 2.81 percent to finish at 10,714.44, after trading between 10,559.79 and 10,720.48 on turnover of 145.13 billion Taiwan dollars. Among the actives, China Steel ... ( read original story ...)

Five suspects arrested for telecom fraud in central Taiwan: CIB

Taipei, Feb. 23 (CNA) Five people have been arrested in two raids on the operational bases of a crime ring that was allegedly committing telecommunication fraud in central Taiwan against people in China, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said Friday ... ( read original story ...)

MOEA announces household solar power production project

Taipei, Feb. 23 (CNA) The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) announced Friday a project to encourage households in Taiwan ... 10-50 MW for several administrative districts in a single city or county, 1-10 MW for a single administrative district in a ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan seeks ‘new phase’ of China ties in reshuffle

Taiwan replaced its China affairs chief Friday, promoting a minister associated with pro-independence politics in what it said was a bid to forge a "new phase" in relations with rival Beijing. Analysts said the move, part of a major reshuffle, signalled a ... ( read original story ...)

Apple, Samsung dominate Taiwan smartphone market in 2017

Taipei, Feb. 22 (CNA) Smartphone giants Apple and Samsung maintained a steady share of handset sales in Taiwan, despite a shrinking market in 2017. According to local tech website ePrice, which compiled market data from last year, Apple iPhones accounted ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Bourse May Extend Thursday’s Losses

Among the actives, Largan Precision skidded 2.66 percent, while Au Optronics lost 0.75 percent, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company dropped 1.24 percent, Innolux tumbled 1.15 percent, Hon Hai Precision shed 0.34 percent, Fubon Financial eased 0.19 ... ( read original story ...)

Boomers out to take care of business against Chinese Taipei

No matter the crowd or the margin, the Australian Boomers have business to take care of in their FIBA World Cup qualifier against Chinese Taipei at Margaret Court Arena on Sunday. A win over Taipei will assure the Boomers of a place in the second round of ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan invests in Israeli hi-tech, rides the startup wave

Some of the buses that ply the streets of Taipei and Taoyuan cities in Taiwan are equipped with artificial visual sensors that see threats ahead and warn the drivers of them. The technology was created by Mobileye, an Israeli firm. It is the most prominent ... ( read original story ...)

Organisers play down significance of US-Taiwan arms sale forum

The US-Taiwan Business Council has now confirmed to the Post that it was working with the Taiwan Defence Industry Development Association for “a day seminar/forum and lunch keynote” possibly in early May to discuss defence industry cooperation ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan’s Vanishing History

Taiwan has a problem with preserving its cultural assets. Despite a rich documented history spanning nearly four centuries of European, Ming, Qing, Japanese, and Republican conquest, each successive administrative government sought to stamp out traces of ... ( read original story ...)

Tata Comm joins Chunghwa Telecom for global IoT connectivity

New Delhi: In an effort to bring global connectivity to consumer electronics and industrial Internet of Things (IoT) devices, Tata Communications on Thursday joined hands with Taiwan's largest mobile network operator Chunghwa Telecom. As part of this ... ( read original story ...)