China carrier fleet passes near rival Taiwan
Taiwan's defense ministry said the southbound Chinese fleet passed into the Taiwan Strait but stayed on China's side of the waterway that separates the island from China. The ministry said Taiwan scrambled ships and jets to monitor the fleet. U.S. and Japanese ships were also following the Chinese fleet, the ministry said without giving details.
The big question on Hong Kong: How will China hit back at Trump?
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Tea planters seek exemption from two per cent TDS on cash withdrawal over Rs 1 crore
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End of an era as Japan's Panasonic exits chip business
Japanese electronics giant Panasonic said Thursday it was exiting the semiconductor business, selling its loss-making subsidiary to a Taiwanese firm as it struggles with intense competition from China and South Korea.
China calls on US to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea
During closed-door talks on the sidelines of a gathering of defence ministers in Bangkok, Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe urged US Defense Secretary Mark Esper to "stop flexing muscles in the South China Sea and to not provoke and escalate tensions in the South China Sea." His statement came a day after Esper publicly accused Beijing of coercion.
APEDA eyes $60 billion agriculture exports with support of new policy
“Achieving an agriculture export target of $60 billion by 2022 does not look ambitious, given the current global market conditions. More so, because India’s export basket largely comprises meat, marine products, and basmati rice whose demand in the world market is on constant increase,” said Tarun Bajaj, GM, APEDA.
BHEL bags Rs 200 crore order to upgrade Chilla hydro project
The units at Chilla HEP have been in operation for more than 35 years and RM&U of these units will result in upgradation of output capacity, additional generation and efficiency improvement, in addition to leading to better plant availability and life extension of equipment.
Indian market a shade better than EMs
Sensex rallied 7% in the last three months, thanks to constant inflow of money from retail investors.
Taking a trip to Taiwan? Don't forget to treat your taste buds with Oyster Omelette
The Zhong Cheng Hao Oyster Omelette stall, they have nailed the perfect recipe.
China, Russia increase military expenditure but US far ahead
According to data collated by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, China had the highest increase in military spending for any country in the past decade but still remains behind US numbers.
Taiwanese cos look to step up India play, eye smart cities, EV space
Given the ongoing trade war between the US and China, Taiwan aims to scale up its presence in the Indian market, and has identified some of the new initiatives of the Indian government as a key growth area.
Is China planning to use military force?
Chang, founder of KanwaAsian Defence, says that China's primary military target is Taiwan, although it would hesitate to open a two-front war while still smarting from the trade war. China is also unsure of India's military response.
India can win big from inevitable $350-550bn exports moving out of China: Credit Suisse
According to a report, firms in China plan to move production to India, Vietnam, Taiwan and Mexico.
China warns of 'war' if Taiwan moves towards 'independence'
Releasing a white paper, Chinese defence ministry spokesman Wu Qian said China would make its greatest effort for peaceful reunification of Taiwan with mainland China.
Tax cut for new plants to lure MNCs looking beyond China
Rate on a par with that in SE Asian countries; experts want more steps.
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