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  • Sharp may shutter LED display plant in Hiroshima Prefecture

    Sharp Corp. is considering closing a light-emitting diode display plant in Hiroshima Prefecture next year as part of its restructuring efforts under Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., sources familiar with the matter said Sunday. The electronics company may consolidate the production line at the facility in Mihara, Hiroshima Prefecture, ...

  • Formosa makes it a clean sweep

    The fourth and final round of races from the MTB XC National Points Series, sponsored by Magri Cycles, was held recently with top contender Maurice Formosa sealing the major title after winning the stage in Selmun. With pre-race briefing and safety checks concluded, all 20 riders in the two categories – ...

  • SK Group Deepens Partnership with Taiwan's Hon Hai

    SK Group and Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry are deepening their working relationship. Beginning with an equity investment by Hon Hai two years ago, the partnership has expanded toward the building of a smart factory, a smartphone production consignment deal, and a logistics joint venture. It was, analysts commented, the ...

  • SoftBank’s robot Pepper gets to work in Taiwan

    Pepper, SoftBank Corp.’s humanoid robot, greeted customers at a Taiwan bank and a life insurer on Thursday, one of the first countries outside Japan to use the shiny machine in a front-line role with clients. The robot was handed an employee ID card at a First Commercial Bank branch in ...

  • Asia Pacific shows progress in water security but challenges remain – ADB

    Source: Asian Development Bank Country: WorldBy 2050, 3.4 billion people could be living in water-stressed areas in Asia and the Pacific while water demand will increase by 55%, states new report. Asia Pacific Shows Progress in Water Security, But Challenges Remain – ADB STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – Water security in Asia and Pacific has ...

  • Firms plead guilty to price-fixing in U.S.

    Two Japanese firms and a Taiwanese company have agreed to plead guilty to fixing prices of electrolytic capacitors sold in the United States and elsewhere, the U.S. Justice Department said Monday. Rubycon Corp. and Elna Co., both of Japan, and Holy Stone Holdings Co. of Taiwan have also agreed to ...