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  • Panadol prices to rise by up to 10% in Taiwan from July

    Discover how the price of Panadol in Taiwan is set to rise by 8% to 10% in July due to increased electricity costs, as stated by Shen Tsai-ying of the Taiwan General Medical Practitioners Association. Learn about the impact of COVID-19 on demand and alternatives to consider.
    2024/06/21 14:27
  • Taiwan faces urban renewal challenges with aging houses

    Explore the challenges and progress of urban renewal in Taiwan, where the aging housing stock and recent earthquakes have pushed the need for more effective renewal strategies and government involvement.
    2024/06/19 16:49
  • Taipei city egg prices drop post-Lunar New Year glut

    Taipei City Egg Merchants Association announces wholesale egg prices will decrease from NT$52 to NT$49 per Taiwan catty due to unsold stock from before the Lunar New Year. The egg market was closed during the holiday, resulting in no quotations. To alleviate pressure on sales, the farm-gate price has been reduced by NT$3, now at NT$42.5. The association is monitoring demand and potential price adjustments as primary and secondary schools reopen. Current pricing remains unchanged.
    2024/02/16 14:03
  • Supermicro stock soars after surpassing financial forecasts

    Supermicro, the U.S.-based server and computer manufacturer, experienced a stock price surge of over 10% during after-hours trading on Jan. 29. This increase followed the release of the company’s financials for the October-December 2023 period, which exceeded market expectations. Supermicro upgraded its full-year revenue outlook for the 2024 fiscal year from US$10-11 billion to US$14.3-14.7 billion. The current quarter’s sales estimate is US$3.7-4.1 billion, with an adjusted earnings per share of US$5.20-US$6.01. Net sales for the company have more than doubled from US$1.8 billion in the same period last year to $3.66 billion, surpassing the market estimate of US$3.42 billion. Supermicro CEO Charles Liang attributed the company’s success to winning new partners and the increasing demand for its optimized AI computer platforms and comprehensive IT solutions.
    2024/01/30 17:46
  • Evergreen, Yang Ming hold off to resume Red Sea route

    Taiwanese shipping companies Evergreen Marine Corp. and Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. have chosen not to resume their Red Sea route following Maersk’s decision to do so. Maersk reinstated the route due to the "Red Sea crisis" caused by increased violence from Yemen’s Houthi rebels. The deployment of the multinational naval task forces under the U.S.-led Operation Prosperity Guardian (OPG) has allowed maritime trade to pass through the Red Sea/Gulf of Aden and resume using the Suez Canal. However, Maersk warns that the overall risk in the region has not been eliminated. The decision has led to concerns about container prices and resulted in a decline in Evergreen and Yang Ming’s stock prices. Freight rates for European and American shipping liners saw a significant increase after Maersk’s announcement.
    2023/12/26 18:31
  • Evergreen Marine to raise shipping rates in 2024

    Leading shipping companies, including Evergreen Marine Corporation, plan to raise shipping rates by up to 30% in 2024. Evergreen’s stock surged by 5.73% after the announcement, while its competitors, such as Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation and Wan Hai Lines Ltd., experienced declines in their stock prices. Evergreen reported a 37.11% year-on-year decline in consolidated revenue for November due to lower international shipping rates and reduced global freight demand.
    2023/12/12 18:33
  • Domestic egg supply stable: Minister of Agriculture

    Taiwan’s domestic egg production is currently sufficient to meet consumer demands, eliminating the need for imports, according to Acting Minister of Agriculture Chen Junne-jih. Speaking at a joint meeting of the Legislative Yuan’s committees, Chen stated that the country produces around 24 million eggs per day, with approximately 34 million laying hens. While the domestic egg supply is stable, Chen highlighted that some schools’ ban on liquid eggs has weakened consumer demand, leading to increased stock and pressure on national egg production. Chen hopes that the ban can be reconsidered and lifted to maintain stable egg supplies. The potential decrease in egg prices depends on consumer demand, and Chen suggests that incorrect dietary restrictions could create market pressures.
    2023/11/20 16:28
  • TSMC sees orders hike as October revenue hits record levels

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) predicts a surge in artificial intelligence (AI) orders in the coming year, with October’s revenue reaching NT$243.203 billion ($8.6 billion), a 34.8 percent monthly increase and a 15.7 percent annual increase. TSMC’s stock price has also been on a steady rise, accumulating a growth of 7.5 percent since November. Morgan Stanley semiconductor research analyst Charlie Chan attributes TSMC’s revenue growth to signs of recovery and the robust demand for AI semiconductors worldwide. NVIDIA’s expanded order to TSMC, along with increased demand from clients like Apple and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), has led TSMC to accelerate the enhancement of its advanced packaging technology, Chip on Wafer on Substrate (CoWoS). CoWoS enables TSMC to effectively reduce costs and trim electric consumption by packaging chiplets on a silicon interposer and placing them on a package substrate. However, TSMC’s current CoWoS capacity remains a bottleneck for NVIDIA’s AI GPU chips, though the company forecasts a rebound in productivity by the end of 2024 to meet customer demand.
    2023/11/16 21:24
  • Starbucks Taiwan to see more growth in holiday season

    Starbucks Taiwan, a joint venture between Starbucks Coffee International and Taiwan food conglomerate Uni-President, is set to boost Christmas sales through marketing activities. Despite rising costs in raw materials, Starbucks Taiwan maintains its long-term marketing strategy of expanding locations and improving store quality without raising prices. Sales revenue during the Christmas period is expected to rise by 10 to 20 percent, leading to a 10 percent increase in stock levels.
    2023/11/02 20:27
  • Foxconn stock drops after Terry Gou’s presidential bid

    Foxconn’s stock prices dropped more than 2% after founder Terry Gou announced his bid for the 2024 presidential elections.
    2023/08/29 11:17
  • Taiyen stock hits 19-year high amid panic-buying of salt

    Taiwan’s leading salt producer, Taiyen Biotech Co., Ltd.’s stock prices reached a record-breaking peak at NT$40.5 on Monday (Aug. 28), hitting a 19-year high due to customers’ panic buying after Japan began to dump treated radioactive wastewater.
    2023/08/28 13:58
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