Buy Wholesale Electronics
Direct From China!

Monday, January 01, 2007

China, Singapore End Year on High Note

China, Singapore End Year on High Note
Forbes - Most Asian markets wrapped up the year higher Friday, as Japanese shares hit a new seven-month high and shares in China Co., Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co., as the yen's recent weakness encouraged investors to buy autos and electronics. A

Asia, Europe could take up slack of U.S. economy
Winston-Salem Journal - Even as a cooling U.S. housing market weakens Americans' appetites for foreign-made electronics, clothing and other exports, the swelling ranks of middle-class consumers in China, India and the rest of emerging Asia are seen picking up the slack

Hang Seng tops 20,000 barrier
Chicago Tribune - Samsung Electronics Co., Asia's largest mobile phone-maker, and Honda Motor Co. led gains. Lower oil prices supported Stock indexes rose across the region except in China, India and Thailand, with Australia's benchmark reaching an all-time

Leading Tech Policy Officials Join International SuperSession at the
Forbes - The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA(R)) today announced that senior technology policy makers from Brazil, Japan and the Clara, CA * Hometech Middle East 2007 May 13-15, 2007, Dubai, UAE * SINOCES 2007 July 6-9, 2007, Qingdao, China

The year that was 2006: part 1
Silicon Republic - to locate in the capital followed what the company described as an exhaustive search of locations, including China version of all this consolidation when Cork-based PFH Computers agreed to merge with Galway-based CK Business Electronics

Taiwan stocks close for year on high note
China Post - These included the United States, Europe, Hong Kong, mainland China, India, Singapore and Indonesia. Most investors hold Hon Hai, Taiwan's biggest electronics company, has risen 55 percent this year. Quanta Computer Inc., which makes notebook

The Chinese Discover Central Europe
BusinessWeek - But like Changhong, growing numbers of companies are starting to manufacture in Central Europe as an alternative to production in China. While Japanese electronics manufacturers have been making their goods in the region for a decade or more, their

Good year ahead for Hang Seng
Xinhua News Agency - The Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer, which joined the Hang Seng Index in September, doubled its share price from the start China Life Insurance was one of the main drivers, with its share price gaining about 300 percent over the past year.

Buoyant market for chips, convergence gadgets, LCDs
Korea Herald - the domestic PDP market, but the company was recently bought by China's Sichuan Changhong Electric Co. Currently, 40-inch LCD TVs are the most popular, but experts forecast 42-inch LCD TVs will overtake them in sales this year. Samsung Electronics

Chinese govt. seen killing Dell deal
Boston Globe - after an analyst suggested the Chinese government put the kibosh on a rumored agreement to buy Beijing-based Founder Electronics Additional rumors have circulated that China's state-run Haier Group would buy the PC division." Dell shares fell 19 cents


Post a Comment

<< Home