Business taxes lower in Taiwan than China, Japan's: report

Taipei, Nov. 17 (CNA) Taiwan's business sector pays lower taxes than in China or Japan, but more than in Singapore and Hong Kong, a joint report by the World Bank and accounting firm PwC showed Thursday. According to the 2017 Paying Taxes report ... ( read original story ...)

Uber says Taiwan's steps against it hurting citizens

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] urged Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to let the island's people decide whether they want Uber services in Taiwan, the latest salvo in the wrangle between the authorities there and the global ride-hailing ... ( read original story ...)

Hotels Near Taipei Songshan Airport

A qualified online presence provides the message that you take the rental home business honestly and put great hard work in providing a good assistance. Some Hotels near taipei songshan airport finest possibilities in the resorts are pointed out underneath ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan stocks edge up; techs rebound

TAIPEI, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Taiwan shares rose after two sessions of losses as investors snapped up beaten-down stocks such as smartphone maker HTC Corp. The main TAIEX index rose 0.2 percent to 8,958.11 points, as of 0253 GMT. It had hit a four-month low ... ( read original story ...)

Cinematic Taipei

TAIPEI — Not many people can claim to have travelled with acclaimed French film director Luc Besson in a secret elevator. But for Jennifer Jao, head of the Taipei Film Commission, it was just another day on the job. Jao, who has led the commission for ... ( read original story ...)

Local business helps bring injured Calgary man home from Taiwan

An injured Calgary man has been reunited with his family after a medevac touched down in our city early Monday morning and is now receiving care at the Foothills Hospital. Scott Wardley is the president of Aaron Paramedical and was moved to help after ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan’s smartphone sales decline

Shipments of smartphones by Taiwan-based brand vendors and handset ODMs showed a surprise fall. According to the beancounters at Digitimes Research smartphone sales from Taiwan fell 35 per cent on year to 12.36 million units in the third quarter of 2016. ( read original story ...)