Vietnam Devalues Its Currency, the Dong, to Aid Economy

Vietnam Devalues Its Currency, the Dong, to Aid Economy Central Bank’s Move Follows Eight Cuts in Interest Rates By VU TRONG KHANH And NGUYEN PHAM MUOI HANOI—Vietnam decided to devalue its currency 1% versus the dollar and cut the ceilings on deposit rates in an effort to give momentum to economic growth. The State Bank … More Vietnam Devalues Its Currency, the Dong, to Aid Economy

The word has finally been spoken by the man with authority

‘3D printing is a gimmick,’ says Foxconn boss Terry Gou, president of one of the world’s largest electronics manufacturing companies, says 3D printing has no real commercial value Jeremy Blum jeremy.blum@scmp.com Terry Gou, founder and president of the Taiwanese multinational company, explained to Taiwan media on Monday that the modernisation of 3D printing “did not … More The word has finally been spoken by the man with authority

Commentary: Inventory management poses challenge for PCB makers amid demand fluctuations

Commentary: Inventory management poses challenge for PCB makers amid demand fluctuations Patty Wang, Taipei; Jackie Chang, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 26 June 2013] In predicting the market condition, most PCB firms believe demand to be strong in the second half of 2013. The industry has been experiencing weak demand in the first half of 2013 but as … More Commentary: Inventory management poses challenge for PCB makers amid demand fluctuations

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From their 2013 final results announcement: “The decline in revenue is mainly due to decrease in revenue of consumer electronics segment by 28.6% for the year ended 31 March 2013 as compared with that of 2012 since our Ultimate Customer had gradually ceased to engage one of our major customers for sourcing and procurement of … More KFM Kingdom 3816.HK

Vietnam metro systems get set, but will the public go?

http://www.thanhniennews.com/index/pages/20130606-metro-systems-get-set-but-will-the-public-go.aspx Vietnam metro systems get set, but will the public go? Last Updated: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 05:30:00 Old habits have to be broken and prejudices against public transportation overcome for Vietnam’s first subway lines to succeed A pedestrian wearing a leaf hat walks on a footbridge as traffic moves along a road in Hanoi. … More Vietnam metro systems get set, but will the public go?