Taiwan Bourse Tipped To End Losing Streak

For the day, the index skidded 156.77 points or 1.49 percent to finish at 10,371.75 after trading between 10,189.04 and 10,392.31 on turnover of 150.89 billion Taiwan dollars. Among the actives, Cathay Financial shed 0.94 percent, while Fubon Financial ... ( read original story ...)

TAITRA drives Taiwan up the value chain

Taiwan’s External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is on a mission to accelerate the development of the country’s IT industry as it moves up the value chain. By developing and creating a powerful in-country technology ecosystem, TAITRA is positioning ... ( read original story ...)

Cambodia arrests Thai, Taiwan suspects over telecoms fraud

China has been battling telecoms fraud for years, with the scams causing financial losses running into billions of ... The group, consisting of 26 Thais, six people from self-ruled Taiwan, and four Cambodians accused of online extortion from victims ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan president wishes China happy new year, gets warm response

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen wished “friends” in China a happy Lunar New Year on Thursday, drawing a surprisingly warm reaction from Chinese state media which is more used to disparaging her as a dangerous separatist. Taiwan is one ... ( read original story ...)

Memorial service honours 17 Taiwan quake victims

HUALIEN, Taiwan — The 17 people who died last week after a strong earthquake hit Taiwan's east coast were honoured at a memorial service on Monday, with hundreds of attendees bowing their heads while placing flowers in front of photos of the victims. ( read original story ...)