V Air, a low-cost carrier unit of Taiwan's TransAsia Airways, has announced plans to launch direct flights from capital Taipei to Macau from April 10 onwards.
Starting initially with three round-trip flights per week, the sche
The European Union (EU) will impose anti-dumping duties later this month on imports of stainless steel cold-rolled sheet from China and Taiwan, according to two sources familiar with a European Commission (EC) proposal.
The EC pla
Apple has asked its Asian suppliers to make 5-6 million units of its three Apple Watch models for the first-quarter, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Taiwan-based Quanta Computer, the sole
The death toll from a TransAsia Airways plane that crashed into a Taipei river shortly after taking off has risen to 31, Taiwanese officials said, and could rise further with 12 people still missing.
TransAsia Flight GE235, carryi
The Middle East region has a significant role to play in Taiwan's dynamic and export-driven economy, said a top official of the Asian country.
With foreign trade a major thrust of Taiwan's development, the Middle East is w
The total trade between Bahrain and Taiwan stands at $345 million, according to the latest figures.
In 2012, Bahrain imported $67 million worth of goods and services from Taiwan and exported $277 million.
This equated to
Dubai-based Emirates airline today launched its daily non-stop service from Dubai International Airport to Taiwan's capital Taipei.
“Emirates and Taipei began their partnership in 2003 when Emirates Skycargo launched fre
Motorcity, the sole distributor of Hino Motors in Bahrain, has unveiled Luxgen, a new Taiwanese automotive brand, comprising of the SUV and MPV.
The event was attended by more than 150 invitees along with Luxgen and Motorcity&rsqu
Caught between traditional expectations and career pressures, working women in Taiwan are increasingly opting to freeze their eggs at fertility clinics as they postpone marriage and motherhood.
Women play a big part in Taiwan'
Now in his tenth year as CEO of HTC Corp, Peter Chou is lauded as the architect of the Taiwanese firm's award-winning smartphones. But as the company's fortunes have dived, some insiders say he's now an obstacle to any revival.