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  • Cease Taiwan arm sales, China warns U.S.

    China on Monday reiterated its firm opposition to US arm sales to Taiwan, amid reports that Donald Trump’s administration is preparing a large shipment of advanced weaponry for the self-ruling island. “China firmly opposes US arms sales to Taiwan, this is consistent and clear-cut,” foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told ...

  • Sharp lifts profit guidance for fiscal 2016

    Sharp Corp. on Friday upgraded its earnings outlook for the year through March on a decline in sales-related costs, forecasting a group operating profit of ¥47.4 billion ($418 million). That is up from the revised projection of ¥37.3 billion announced on Feb. 3. Sharp, in the process of restructuring under ...

  • OurCrowd expands to Taiwan

    The Israeli global equity crowdfunding platform has opened a Taipei office and formed a strategic partnership with Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank (SCSB).

  • Under Hon Hai, Sharp looks to expand LCD operations

    Struggling electronics maker Sharp Corp. is starting to focus on expanding its business operations, six months after coming under the umbrella of Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. In October-December last year, Sharp posted a group net profit of ¥4.2 billion, returning to the black for the first time since ...

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    Taiwan, un mercato che apprezza i brand famosi

    Taiwan non è certamente un mercato fra i più in vista nel panorama internazionale ma, specialmente per il buon potere d'acquisto ed il forte orientamento ad acquistare brand famosi manifestato dai suoi consumatori, può certamente rappresentare una finestra di opportunità interessante per le nostre produzioni. Ne abbiamo parlato con Chiara ...

  • Tsutaya rental chain opens first ‘book cafe’ in Taiwan

    Tsutaya Co., a major Japanese movie and music rental and bookshop chain, will open its first “book cafe” in Taiwan on Tuesday, company officials said Monday. The Tsutaya Bookstore in Xinyi, Taipei’s newest trend-setting commercial district, aims to offer a new “lifestyle” for people to enjoy books while sipping coffee, ...

  • Foxconn Announces $7 Bil. Investment in the United States

    As so many global companies kowtowed to the pressure of President Donald Trump to invest and increase jobs in the United States, Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Group, the company best known as the manufacturer of Apple's iPhones, has become the latest disciple to the religion of "Make America Great Again." According to ...

  • Giant inflatable rooster resembling Trump is big hit in China

    A factory in eastern China has been doing brisk business selling giant inflatable roosters, some as tall as 16ft (4.9m), based on a design widely perceived to resemble US President-elect Donald Trump. Yifang Inflatables, a factory in the city of Jiaxing, near Shanghai, began selling the inflatables after images of a ...

  • Nigeria didn’t cut ties with Taiwan —Presidency

    Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja The Presidency on Thursday said there was no truth in media reports suggesting that Nigeria has cut ties with Taiwan. It said the relationship between Nigeria and Taiwan had been at the level of trade representation and that had not changed. The Senior Special Assistant to the ...

  • Taiwan protests Nigeria’s closure of its Abuja trade office

    Taiwan protested Thursday after Nigeria asked it to shut down its trade office in the capital, in what it said was an attempt by Beijing to push it out of Africa’s largest economy. The island’s foreign ministry said Nigeria had asked Taiwan to move its trade office out of the ...

  • Second volume of Valletta FC’s official history launched

    The second volume of the history of Valletta FC was launched during a conference call at the club’s premises yesterday evening. “City! The official history of football in Valletta Volume Two” highlights the achievements of the club from 1963 up to 2014 in more than 660 pages of information, statistics and ...