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    1. December 11, 2014

      Apple supplier Wintek shutters China plants

      Taiwanese group Wintek, formerly a major supplier of touchscreens for Apple’s iPhone and iPad, has shuttered two plants in...

    2. November 29, 2014

      Taiwan premier resigns after opposition wins local elections

      Taiwan’s premier has resigned after the opposition party swept local elections that were viewed as a litmus test for the...

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    1. November 27, 2014

      ThyssenKrupp unveils new directions for lifts – to the left and right

      The design of skyscrapers could be transformed by a cable-free elevator which is powered by magnets and moves horizontally...

    2. October 19, 2014

      The Academic Week Ahead

      Monday – October 20 Consider an EMBA The Financial Times Global Executive MBA 2014 ranking publishes today. Find out which...

    3. FT Photo Diary

      October 10, 2014

      Colourful hats in Taipei

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    4. October 5, 2014

      Women in Business – ShaoLan Hsueh, MBA graduate

      ShaoLan Hsueh is an MBA graduate of National Chenghi University in Taiwan and founder of Chineasy, a social project for...

    5. FT Photo Diary

      August 28, 2014

      Tapei angel

      Wally Santana/AP An employee wearing a pair of wings waits for her shift to end in the Ximendin fashion district in Taipei,...

    6. August 28, 2014

      Hong Kong anti-corruption agents raid media mogul Jimmy Lai’s home

      Hong Kong authorities have raided the home of Jimmy Lai, the media tycoon and fierce critic of the Chinese government, in...

    7. FT Photo Diary

      July 22, 2014

      Taipei braces itself for Typhoon Matmo

      Mandy Cheng/AFP/Getty Pedestrians shield themselves from the rain with umbrellas as they cross a street in Taipei. Typhoon...

    8. May 16, 2014

      Vietnam government’s role under scrutiny as factories face rebuilding task

      Fires still burned as Richard Tsai edged through the charred ruin of his Taiwanese-owned bicycle parts factory outside...

    9. FT Photo Diary

      April 28, 2014

      Taipei demonstrators pelted with water

      Minshen Lin/Reuters Police use a water cannon to disperse demonstrators protesting the construction of a fourth nuclear...

    10. March 30, 2014

      Thousands of Taiwanese rally against closer ties with China

      Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gathered in central Taipei on Sunday in support of students who have occupied...

    11. March 2, 2014

      Women at business school – Ruby Chen, deputy director exec ed

      Ruby Chen is deputy director of executive education at Ceibs in China, which she joined in 2011. Prior to this, Ms Chen...

    12. FT Photo Diary

      February 28, 2014

      Pandas in Taipei

      Patrick Lin/Reuters Papier mâché pandas created by French artist Grangeon are displayed outside Taipei City Hall as part of...

    13. January 30, 2014

      New York Times reporter Austin Ramzy forced to leave China

      Austin Ramzy, the Beijing-based New York Times journalist, was forced to leave China on Thursday after Beijing refused to...

    14. January 27, 2014

      Former activist Chen Chu battles to revive Taiwan port city

      As a young democracy activist, Chen Chu was thrown into jail for opposing the military dictatorship that ruled Taiwan until...

    15. January 23, 2014

      China joins Davos drive to cut green trade barriers

      China has joined the US, EU and Japan in a new push to lower tariffs and other trade barriers on the $1tn global annual...

    16. January 13, 2014

      Acer outlines software and service plan

      The two top executives of PC maker Acer wore matching pink shirts and nearly identical hair cuts and glasses as they...

    17. January 6, 2014

      HTC: hanging on

      Burying bad news is far from rare, although any company that publishes updates on a Sunday afternoon – as HTC did – should...

    18. December 26, 2013

      Apple fined in Taiwan for price restrictions

      TAIPEI, December 26 – Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission fined Apple $666,700 for restricting the prices charged by local...

    19. December 17, 2013

      Caribbean in crisis: Chequebook diplomacy

      The leaders of eight Caribbean nations toasted a new friend at a private luncheon this summer at Port of Spain, the capital...

    20. MBA blog

      December 10, 2013

      My upcoming MBA trek to India

      It is the second year of my MBA. Next week is finals week. Then after winter break, I begin my final semester. Before I...

    21. December 1, 2013

      Japan to take up spat over China air zone with US

      Japanese politicians will take up their anxieties over China’s controversial new air defence zone with US vice-president Joe...

    22. November 21, 2013

      Taiwan’s Acer struggles to redefine its niche

      The travails of Taiwanese PC maker Acer are on clear display in the neon-lit alleyways of the Guanghua electronics market in...

    23. November 15, 2013

      Taiwan loses African ally as Gambia cuts ties

      The west African nation of Gambia says it has cut off relations with Taiwan, deepening the small island’s diplomatic...

    24. November 13, 2013

      Foxconn profits beat expectations

      Electronics manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry beat expectations for profits in the third quarter when new products...

    25. November 10, 2013

      Master in Management’s popularity rises in the east

      Until 2008 the world of business education was a relatively simple one. The one leading economic and political superpower...

    26. November 5, 2013

      Just how badly is HTC doing? Look no further than its accounts payable

      Rihanna gives away a personalised HTC phone on stage How badly is smartphone maker HTC doing? By many measures, very badly....

    27. October 29, 2013

      Cities compete to be global centre of renminbi trading

      For a currency that is still largely controlled by the state and grants its holders few investment options, the renminbi has...

    28. October 23, 2013

      HTC scales back production lines as cash flow worsens

      TAOYUAN, Taiwan, October 23 – Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has halted at least one of its four main manufacturing lines,...

    29. October 13, 2013

      Reinsurers fight ‘too big to fail’ label

      The world’s biggest reinsurance companies are battling harder to convince watchdogs that they are not too big to fail, in a...

    30. FT Photo Diary

      October 10, 2013

      Show and turmoil in Taiwan

      Mandy Cheng/AFP Students perform during celebrations to mark National Day in Taipei on Thursday. In a speech on the same...

    31. October 10, 2013

      Ma calls for closer China ties amid protest

      Taiwan’s embattled president Ma Ying-jeou has urged the nation to improve its co-operation with China and liberalise its...

    32. beyondbrics

      October 10, 2013

      Asia's housing bubbles put UK in shade

      My bubble's bigger than your bubble Rising house prices and property bubbles are something of a UK obsession. But for all...

    33. FT Photo Diary

      October 8, 2013

      Taiwan's national day preparations

      Chiang Ying-ying/AP Taiwanese children cover their heads to keep the sun off during a rehearsal for National Day...

    34. October 7, 2013

      Asia’s TV manufacturers change channel on strategy

      Taipei café owner Wei Peng-Jeng is an avid viewer of television series, but the small screen that he watches them on is far...

    35. FT Photo Diary

      September 25, 2013

      Working the hydraulic press

      Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty A worker activates an hydraulic press at a waste paper collection outlet in Hong Kong on Wednesday....

    36. September 20, 2013

      Tsai Ming-liang talks about ‘Stray Dogs’

      There are all sorts of silences in cinema. Some silences, holding in thrall both movie and audience, can be like a meeting...

    37. August 16, 2013

      Island-hopping around Taiwan

      I was standing on top of a cliff looking at a loudspeaker the size of a small block of flats facing out to sea. There was...

    38. FT Tech Hub

      August 8, 2013

      Acer cools on touchscreen notebooks

      Acer, the Taiwanese computer company, has struggled for a while to sell enough computers to stay profitable, but investors...

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