Taiwan stocks fall ahead of Fed decision; financials down

TAIPEI Dec 14 Taiwan stocks fell on Wednesday as investors ... The electronics subindex rose 0.2 percent, while the financials subindex lost 1.1 percent. Cathay, the parent company of Taiwan's biggest life insurer, shed nearly 2 percent. ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Philharmonic comes to America

The Taiwan Philharmonic, which happened to make its U.S. debut Monday night at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, did not come to America to compete with Mainland China. It was, after all, just a coincidence that last Monday the China Philharmonic ... ( read original story ...)

For Taiwan, a Dilemma Over Identity, Economy and China

Syaru Shirley Lin, a native of Taiwan, is a political economist who teaches at both the University of Virginia and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Previously she was a partner at Goldman Sachs, where she was responsible for private equity and venture ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan IT companies hurt by sluggish iPhone-related sales

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world's largest chip foundry, saw revenue soar 46.7% to NT$93 billion. The company achieved its second-highest monthly total ever, despite November not being the heaviest month for shipments of smartphone-related ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan's business event triumph

CEI Asia sits down with MEET TAIWAN’s managing director, Walter Yeh, to discuss how the destination continues to develop as a business events hub How has MEET TAIWAN evolved since its inception? The MEET TAIWAN project, launched in 2013 by the Bureau of ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan in fear of becoming a pawn between US and China

As the excitement from Trump’s phone conversation with Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen wears off, the Taiwanese are beginning to become apprehensive that the island risks becoming a pawn in a wider game between the two superpower nations. On Sunday ... ( read original story ...)