Taiwan Business

In the electronic component segment, the MOEA said, semiconductor suppliers suffered a 3.13 percent year-on-year decline in output value in the quarter as lower demand from end-users of tech gadgets sent shipments of IC makers lower. (NOWnews file photo)

Taiwan’s manufacturing output value down for 2nd straight quarter

TAIPEI (CNA) — Taiwan's manufacturing sector continued to be hurt by trade tensions between the United States and China as its production value declined...

Emirates to resume Dubai-Taipei flights

TAIPEI (CNA) — Dubai-based Emirates Airline announced Monday that it will resume some flights between Dubai and Taipei from June 15, following an announcement...
High angle view of Samsung shipyard in Gohyeon, South Korea. (Shutterstock)

U.S. finalizes duties on steel originating in Taiwan, South Korea

WASHINGTON (CNA) — The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) on Monday issued a final order imposing duties of up to 456 percent on steel...
The survey found that 21.85 percent of employers said they would consider increasing their workforce in the final three months of the year, while only 4.35 percent of respondents plan to reduce their labor force, compared with the third quarter. (NOWnews)

Manpower demand forecast to rise by 36,400 in fourth quarter

TAIPEI (CNA) — The number of positions available in the country's job market is expected to rise by 36,400 from October to December compared...

Air France KLM suspends Taipei-Paris service temporarily

PARIS (CNA) — In the wake of the escalating spread of the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19, Air France-KLM announced Tuesday that it is stopping flights between...

CTBC Bank chairman wins ‘Best CEO of Taiwan’ of ‘Asian Banker’ awards

TAIPEI (The China Post) – CTBC Bank Chairman Chao-Chin Tung (童兆勤) recently won the “Best CEO of Taiwan” of “The Asian Banker” awards, while...

Netherlands to fund offshore wind energy talent program in Taiwan

TAIPEI (CNA) — The Netherlands Trade and Investment Office in Taiwan (NTIO), which represents Dutch interests in the country in the absence of formal diplomatic relations,...

Credit card transactions in Taiwan in April fall by most since 2009

TAIPEI (CNA) — The value of credit card transactions declined to NT$206.2 billion (US$6.89 billion) in April, down 20 percent from a year earlier and...

Miss flying? Taoyuan Airport launches one-day ‘traveling’ experience

TAIPEI (The China Post) – Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE, 桃園國際機場) has planned 1-day tours open to the public, allowing those who miss the...

Taiwan shares end below 9,500 points

TAIPEI (CNA) – Shares in Taiwan moved lower Wednesday to close below 9,500 points amid lingering concerns over volatility in the global financial markets,...

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