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The issues of industrial cooperation across the Taiwan Strait have again drawn concerns in local society after the Investigation Bureau said recently that it is investigating an alleged leak of a display panel maker's research secrets to a Chinese
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Taipei, Nov. 13 (CNA) Share prices in Taiwan plunged Tuesday because of lingering concerns over the European debt crisis and a stronger Taiwan dollar, which has dealt a blow to local electronics makers, dealers said.
Taipei, Nov. 8 (CNA) Taiwan is ahead of South Korea in ultra high definition panel technology by about six months, the market information advisory firm DisplaySearch said Thursday. Taiwan has the more advanced 4K2K ultra high definition TV technology.
a global leader of TFT-LCD panels, today announced the above news. Except for statements in respect of historical matters, the statements contained in this Release are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the U.S...These
Taipei, Nov. 6 (CNA) Global shipments of liquid crystal display (LCD) monitors in 2013 are expected to decline by 2.8 percent from 2012 to 165 million units, according to flat screen research institute WitsView Monday.
Taipei, Oct. 26 (CNA) Shares of Largan Precision Co., one of Taiwan's leading cell phone camera lens makers, moved sharply higher Friday morning after the company reported a day earlier that its third quarter net profit had jumped more than 70
today held its investors conference and announced its unaudited earnings results for the third quarter of 2012 (1) . Consolidated revenue in the third quarter of 2012 was NT$102,781 million ( US$3,509 million ) (2) , up 8% from the previous quarter.
Taipei, Oct. 18 (CNA) More than 3,000 job openings were offered by 37 employers in the electronics and manufacturing sectors at a job fair in Taichung on Thursday. The job fair, organized jointly by the Central Taiwan Science Park and Taichung City
Economics Minister Shih Yen-shiang said Tuesday that industrial espionage would face tougher penalties following the AU Optronics Corporation case which broke Monday. Taiwan's second-largest panel maker revealed that two former research executives