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Shares of Taiwan's Fubon Financial Holding Co. moved higher Friday morning after it announced that it will acquire an 80 percent stake in China -based First Sino Bank, dealers said. The buying reflected high hopes that Fubon Financial will gain an
Kenyan runners swept the titles in both men's and women's categories in the Fubon Taipei Marathon Sunday that drew more than 120,000 people, the organisers said. Josphat Kamzee Jekopol dashed to the line in two hours, 15 minutes and 27 seconds, but
A new Taiwan-funded property insurance firm opened in the Chinese mainland's city of Chongqing on Wednesday. The insurance firm was launched as a branch as well as a regional center for Xiamen-based Fubon Property Insurance Co Ltd, a subsidiary of
Taipei, Nov. 24 (CNA) A meeting on the Taipei International Airport development project will be held next week in Taipei to attract investment worth up to NT$40 billion ( US $1.37 billion), a government official said Friday.
Taipei, Nov. 19 (CNA) Share prices in Taiwan edged lower Monday, dragged down by losses on small-cap shares and foreign issued stocks, after a reported suspension of government buying in such stocks. The benchmark weighted index moved between 7,162.
Fubon Senior Open begins in New Taipei The 2012 Fubon Senior Open () was launched today at Miramar Golf & Country Club in New Taipei. A total of 96 golfers from 22 countries are competing in the event, which will last until Sunday, Nov. 11, for a top
Tuesday as the most reputable enterprise in Taiwan this year, the 16th consecutive year the world's largest contract chip maker has come top in a survey published annually by a local magazine. CommonWealth magazine, including foresight, degree of
Taipei, Sept. 24 (CNA) Fubon Financial Holding Co. has apparently won the battle to acquire a majority stake in Shanghai-based First Sino Bank, a joint venture between Taiwanese, Hong Kong , and Chinese investors, according to local media Monday.
Taipei, June 22 (CNA) Hua Nan Financial Holdings Co. Ltd., one of Taiwan's leading financial holding firms, said Friday it is targeting a 20 percent stake in a Chinese bank in a future acquisition deal, hoping to become the largest foreign investor
A Chinese court on Wednesday heard a Taiwanese company's appeal to liquidate Proview Technology (Shenzhen), which has been in legal disputes with Apple Inc over the use of the iPad trademark. The Higher People's Court of Guangdong Province opened