Airlines obey Beijing’s demand to call Taiwan part of China

SHANGHAI — British Airways, Lufthansa and Air Canada are among 20 carriers that now refer to Taiwan, the self-ruled island that Beijing considers its territory, as a part of China on their global websites , in line with Beijing's demands that the White ... ( read original story ...)

Foxconn Unit Plans China’s Biggest IPO Since 2015

BEIJING—A unit of Taiwan’s contract electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group said it plans to raise 27.1 billion yuan, or $4.25 billion, through an initial public offering in Shanghai, potentially marking China’s biggest IPO since 2015. ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Shares Tipped To Open Under Pressure

Among the actives, China Steel fell 0.43 percent, while Taiwan Steel Union retreated 2.50 percent, Cathay Financial shed 0.55 percent, Fubon Financial collected 0.94 percent, Mega Financial lost 0.74 percent, Formosa Plastics tumbled 2.67 percent ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Economic Sentiment Weakens

Sentiment toward Taiwan’s economy weakened in May after the composite index of monitoring indicators fell slightly at the end of March, a poll released by Cathay Financial Holding Co. said Monday, CNA reported. Citing the results of the survey ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan boosts domestic arms makers

Standing on his company's sprawling campus in central Taiwan, Lin Nan-juh says he's able to make any plane his island's government calls for. "We can do whatever's asked," says Lin, president of Aerospace Industrial Development Corp, or AIDC, a leader in ... ( read original story ...)

M17 Entertainment Files For U.S. IPO

Taipei City, Taiwan-based M17 Entertainment was founded in 2015 to operate ... M17 intends to raise $115 million in gross proceeds from an IPO of ADSs. Representing the ADSs will be underlying Class A shares, which will be entitled to one (1) vote per ... ( read original story ...)