Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is likely to look to build international electronic appliances and devices distribution with the Japanese name.
FinanceAsia reveals the first batch of results from its annual poll to find Asia's best managed companies. Today: China, Taiwan and the Philippines.
Chinese LED maker’s offer for the US firm is yet another example of China’s huge acquisitive interest in foreign semiconductor assets but may face regulatory hurdles.
E.Sun Commercial Bank aims to solidify its presence in Southeast Asia and also has China in its sights.
In some respects the doyen of global IT manufacturing, Taiwan faces a big challenge to renew itself as the relentless pace of new technology alters our hardware needs.
Taiwan’s overreliance on exporting hardware components amid slumping global demand leaves its new government looking for ways to diversify the economy.
Taiwan Stock Exchange President Michael Lin says trading link to Singapore could serve as a blueprint for connections to other Asian bourses.
US chipmaker Fairchild Semiconductor rejected a $2.6 billion bid from a Chinese consortium citing national security concerns.
The imminent end of his term will be something of a relief to Taiwan's Chang Sheng-ford, who has struggled to maintain economic growth amid political battles.