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State-owned Taiwan firms drop China from names

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's post office and petroleum companies formally dropped China from their names on Monday, despite a rebuke from the United States, which sees the move as potentially upsetting the island's status quo with China.

State-owned Taiwan firms drop China from names

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's post office and petroleum companies formally dropped China from their names on Monday, despite a rebuke from the United States, which sees the move as potentially upsetting the island's status quo with China.

Taiwan raises gasoline and diesel prices

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - Taiwan raised prices for gasoline and diesel fuel by about 3 percent Friday a day after crude oil prices hit record levels.

Q+A - How is Typhoon Morakot affecting Taiwan's economy?

TAIPEI (Reuters) - When Typhoon Morakot slammed into

Q+A - How is Typhoon Morakot affecting Taiwan's economy?

TAIPEI (Reuters) - When Typhoon Morakot slammed into Taiwan in early August, roads were blocked, villages and farmland laid to waste and hundreds of people buried by massive landslides in the south -- causing losses totalling hundreds of millions of dollars.

Another plant fire hits Taiwan's Formosa Petrochem

TAIPEI (Reuters) - A fire engulfed a synthetic paper plant owned by a group company of Taiwan's Formosa Petrochemicals Corp on Sunday, the latest in a series of blazes at group facilities this year that have sparked angry protests.

Taiwan speeds up green laws to compete in Asia

TAIPEI (Reuters) - A wave of environmental protests in Taiwan, sometimes pitting demonstrators against police, has pushed the government to speed up new green rules to protect the environment without harming economic growth.

First floating LNG project

PERTH: Royal Dutch Shell yesterday gave the go-ahead to a US$10bil-plus liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Australia, set to be the world's first floating LNG plant and targeted at soaring Asian demand.

Taiwan leaves no room for rate cut

TAIPEI: Taiwan’s decision to allow petrol prices to rise to ease the burden on state-run oil firm CPC Corp is set to lift inflation, all but ruling out any rate cut by the central bank but possibly triggering a rise in the Taiwan dollar to mitigate the impact on consumers.

Taiwan firm mulls US$12bil oil project in M’sia

KUALA LUMPUR: Kuokuang Petrochemical Technology Co, 43%-owned by Taiwanese state-run refiner CPC Corp, may invest as much as US$12bil in an oil and petrochemicals hub in Malaysia.