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The world's largest contract manufacturer said goodbye on Friday to founder Terry Gou, who is running for Taiwan's president; its plans pave the way for Taiwan's economic and political future.
It's heavy industry and electronics that have suffered the most from the tariffs now in place on Chinese goods.
The United States risks kicking off a trade war with China over its decision to initiate a "dumping" claim against Chinese aluminum producers without the industry asking it to do so.
European stocks slumped to the lowest level in nearly two months amid a rapid decline in the U.S. dollar and falling oil prices
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday called a snap election, which could give his push for a better economy and stronger military new vigor.
The sale of Toshiba's chip unit is a test case for Japanese corporate reform. The electronics maker faces pressure from its banks, investors and bidders, the Japanese government looking on.
Rising wages and a push to spur consumption have made China less attractive as a production site. Manufacturers are looking South and East as a result, as investors should note.
China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
TheStreet highlights six stocks to watch after President-elect Donald Trump's call to Taiwan.
Trump's chat with Taiwan's president was no accident, and could affect the Taiwanese companies doing business on the mainland.