Taiwan shrugs off politics for record results

HONG KONG: Global demand for new smartphone models is driving Taiwan’s trade surplus and corporate revenues to record highs, underlining the strength of Asian trade even in the face of geopolitical jitters and rumours of protectionism. As a result ... ( read original story ...)

Malaysian students: Taiwan wants you to work here

"We encourage Malaysians who graduate from local universities to work in Taiwan," he told The China Post's fellow Asia News Network member Sin Chew Daily. But he added that they don't necessarily need to have graduated from a Taiwanese university in order ... ( read original story ...)

Taipei major shopping zone sets sights on Cambodia

an executive of the Taipei Dongmen Yongkang Business Circle Development Association said on Saturday. Liu Hung-hsiang (劉鴻翔), head of the association, which is organized by operators in the business circle, told CNA that the Yongkang shopping zone is ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan parliament approves updated infrastructure stimulus plan

The nearly-completed, 272 meter Taipei Nan Shan Palza (R) skyscraper stands besides the 508 meter Taipei 101 (L) skyscraper in Taipei, Taiwan, 01 July 2017 (issued 03 July 2017). EPA/DAVID CHANG Taiwan's parliament approved Wednesday evening an upgraded ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan parliament approves infrastructure stimulus plan

TAIPEI, July 5 (Reuters) - Taiwan's parliament on Wednesday approved an infrastructure stimulus plan aimed at bolstering domestic demand and rebalancing the island's economy away from its heavy reliance on exports. The plan, worth T $420 billion ($12.6 ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwanese people expect to retire by 60: Citi survey

Citibank Taiwan commissioned Business Today magazine to conduct a survey of Taiwanese people's attitude towards wealth in 2017 in an effort to understand their ideas and plans for life and wealth. The survey found that retirement planning, wealth ... ( read original story ...)