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Taiwan first lady to make rare Japan visit for exhibition

20-Jun-2014 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

Taiwan’s first lady will visit Japan next week to attend an exhibition of prized historical artefacts and artworks which the island has loaned for the first time to its [...]
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Win Streak May Continue For Taiwan Shares

20-Jun-2014 Intellasia | RRT News | 6:00 AM

The Taiwan stock market has moved higher now in three consecutive trading days, collecting almost 85 points or 0.95 percent along the way. The Taiwan Stock Exchange closed [...]
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After Shih’s 6-month stint, Taiwan’s Acer gets new chair

20-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Asia One | 6:00 AM

Taiwan’s struggling personal computer maker Acer named a new chair Wednesday, succeeding founder Stan Shih who had returned from retirement for a six-month stint to [...]
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Thinktank raises Taiwan’s 2014 growth forecast

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Want Chinatimes | 6:00 AM

The Taiwan Research Institute (TRI) adjusted its forecast for the country’s economic growth for the whole of 2014 to 3.1 percent, up from the 2.81 percent it had [...]
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Taiwan 10-Year Bond Yield Rises Most in Nine Months on US Data

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Taiwan’s 10-year bonds fell, pushing the yield up by the most since September, as faster US inflation stoked speculation the Federal Reserve will increase borrowing [...]
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Chinese firm appeals against Taiwan’s rejection of listing plan

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Want China Times | 6:00 AM

China Crystal New MaterialTHoldings, a China-based mica product supplier, has filed a petition to appeal Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission’s (FSC) [...]
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NDC head wants rational review of Taiwan’s free economic zones

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Want China Times | 6:00 AM

Taiwan’s National Development Council (NDC) minister Kuan Chung-ming said Tuesday that any discussion relating to the free economic pilot zone bill now pending in the [...]
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China-based company appeals Taiwan’s rejection of listing plan

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | CNA | 6:00 AM

China Crystal New Material Holdings Ltd, a China-based mica product supplier, has filed a petition to appeal the Financial Supervisory Commission’s (FSC) rejection of [...]
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Taiwan sees record tourist numbers in April

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Taiwan Today | 6:00 AM

Taiwan’s tourist arrivals hit 890,000 in April this year, a record for the month and up 28.98 percent year-on-year, the Tourism Bureau said. While growth of 26.55 [...]
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Healthcare sector in China looks to Taiwan’s expertise

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Want China Times | 6:00 AM

China is attempting to attract cooperation with Taiwan’s healthcare sector by plowing funds into opportunities that involve exchanges in medical techniques and [...]
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China Woos Taiwan, Whips HK

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Bloombergview | 6:00 AM

How do you woo a renegade province? If you’re Yu Zhengsheng, a high-ranking Politburo member often described China’s top political advisor, you do so by assuring [...]
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Institute raises Taiwan’s growth forecast over 3pct for 2014

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | CNA | 6:00 AM

The Taiwan Research Institute (TRI) adjusted its forecast for Taiwan’s economic growth for the whole of 2014 to 3.1 percent, up from the 2.81 percent it had previously [...]
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Taiwan Life cancels merger plan with CTBC

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | IBR | 6:00 AM

Taiwan Life Insurance shareholders have voted to cancel a planned merger with CTBC Financial, the parent company of Chinatrust Commercial Bank. CTBC Financial, which signed [...]
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BNP Paribas, UK Fraud Raids, Taiwan Rules: Compliance

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

BNP Paribas SA (BNP) has given investors scant information about how much it expects to pay to settle a criminal probe of US sanctions violations. The bank told shareholders [...]
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Taiwan poll confirms appeal of Facebook, YouTube

19-Jun-2014 Intellasia | Taiwan Today | 6:00 AM

Facebook and YouTube remain popular Internet sites in Taiwan, according to a survey published June 13 by Taipei City-based Market Intelligence and Consulting Institute. [...]
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