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Taiwan – Global AI Hub

Taiwan’s foray into AI, backed by its competitive edge and distinct advantages, make it a haven for partnerships with overseas companies and foreign investment.

Manufacturing in Mexico is having its moment. The US is buying in — and so is China

As US supply chains decouple from China, Mexico’s manufacturing sector is emerging as a winner.

Why Chinese companies are flocking to Mexico

Chinese investments have been pouring into Mexico lately. Last month alone brought two notable ones.

Mexico: Nearshoring, Foreign Investment Create Industrial Opportunities

Mexico, with its proximity to the U.S. consumer market, has seen substantial growth in industrial development in recent years.

China’s $9 Trillion Debt Problem Is A Global One, Too

Economists wondering where China’s economy is heading have a Lehman Brothers problem on their hands.

MIT and Tec de Monterrey team up to boost innovation in Mexico

In collaboration with Tec de Monterrey, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has presented the MIT REAP Focus Mexico initiative, an entrepreneurship acceleration program from MIT.

Mexico seeks to solidify rank as top U.S. trade partner, push further past China

Mexico became the top U.S. trading partner at the beginning of 2023, with total bilateral trade between the two countries totaling $263 billion during the first four months of this year.

TSMC triples Arizona chip plant investment, Biden hails project

Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC (2330.TW) on Tuesday said it would more than triple its planned investment at its new Arizona plant to $40 billion, among the largest foreign investments in U.S. history, as President Joe Biden visited and hailed the project.

Biden to visit Taiwanese chip manufacturer TSMC's Arizona plant on Dec 6

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (2330.TW), a major supplier to Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and the world's largest contract chipmaker, is constructing a $12 billion plant in Phoenix, Arizona, Reuters reported last week. The company is holding a "tool-in" ceremony in Arizona on Dec. 6.

The 10 Best AI Real Estate Solutions in 2021

Ongoing global pandemic restrictions have directly impacted traditional real estate processes—and, quite shockingly, for the better.

AI in Restaurants? The Possibilities are Limitless

Fifty percent of U.S. restaurant operators are planning to implement some form of automation technology in the next two to three years, according to a recent report.

How AI is Revolutionizing the Real Estate Market

The use of machine learning algorithms now sees Zillow tracking and analyzing the values of something close to 100 million homes in 2022.

10 Hottest Housing Markets in America

Tampa, Florida - Tampa, Florida, has been on the "hottest" housing market list for several years, but this is the first year it holds the title of being the hottest market in America.

Intel’s $20 Billion Ohio Chip Hub Will Be World’s Largest

Intel Corp. plans to spend $20 billion on a chipmaking hub on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio, which the company expects to grow to be the world’s biggest semiconductor-manufacturing site.


The first semiconductor manufacturing supplier to locate in one of the “supplier sites” designated to serve Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd.’s massive north Phoenix plant has purchased land in the area.

Bill Gates: America’s Top Farmland Owner

The cofounder of Microsoft and his wife rank as America’s largest private farmland owners.

China Hoards Over Half the World's Grain, Pushing Up Global Prices

Less than 20% of the world's population has managed to stockpile more than half of the globe's maize and other grains, leading to steep price increases across the planet and dropping more countries into famine. The hoarding is taking place in China.

Robot Food Delivery Is Here and Growing

Hundreds of little robots are rolling around colleges and cities in the United States, Britain and elsewhere. The robots, about 50 centimeters tall, are bringing food like pizza to hungry students.

Restaurants Mulling Robot Deliveries Amid Job Shortages, High Demand

Robot food delivery is no longer the stuff of science fiction. But you may not see it in your neighborhood anytime soon.

Evergrande and these Chinese real estate developers are already in trouble

China's real estate crisis isn't showing any sign of letting up. Embattled conglomerate Evergrande rattled global markets in September by warning it could default on its huge debts.

Remember QR Codes? They’re Back and Better

Most new phones make it easy for users to snap and go. A QR code on a for-sale sign, for example, can help pedestrians quickly secure listing info and the agent’s bio.

More homes coming near future Taiwan Semiconductor plant in north Phoenix

Hundreds of homes are being planned near the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd.'s 1,128-acre manufacturing plant under construction near Interstate 17 and Loop 303 in north Phoenix.

May I take your order? How AI is changing fast-food drive-thrus

Fast food chains including Sonic, McDonald's and Checkers are already trusting robots to take your order. Innovators like Rob Carpenter, founder of Valyant AI, say that the use of AI at the drive-thru is set to take off in a major way over the next six months to a year.

The Future of delivery is Self-Driving

Domino’s is continuing to innovate the delivery experience by partnering with Nuro -- a robotics company -- to be the first quick-service restaurant company in the U.S. to launch autonomous pizza delivery.

RISMedia Survey: 42% Say COVID Is Still Impacting Their Business

RISMedia surveyed nearly 500 real estate professionals to gauge the industry’s confidence level as it relates to the ongoing pandemic and emerging variants. While the majority of survey respondents (58%) say the pandemic is not currently affecting their business, a significant segment (42%) report otherwise.

Chinese trolls infuriated by loss to Taiwan in Olympic badminton gold medal match

Taiwan has taken the opportunity of winning Olympic badminton gold to subtly assert their nationhood, as Chinese nationalists vent their fury online.

U.S. will not lock down despite surge driven by Delta variant, Fauci says

A sufficient percentage of Americans have now been vaccinated to avoid lockdowns, Fauci said on ABC's "This Week". "Not enough to crush the outbreak, but I believe enough to not allow us to get into the situation we were in last winter," he said.

Marketing Campaign

Marketing campaigns promote products through different types of media, such as television, radio, print, and online platforms. Campaigns are not solely reliant on advertising and can include demonstrations, video conferencing, and other interactive techniques.

94% of Listings Don’t Include a Virtual Tour

Many real estate agents may be missing out on a big opportunity to market their listings online through virtual tours and best professional photography practices. As more house shopping goes online, buyers are saying these items are more important to them.

When Will China Rule the World? Maybe Never

Few questions are more consequential, whether it’s for executives wondering where long-term profits will come from, investors weighing the dollar’s status as global reserve currency, or generals strategizing over geopolitical flashpoints.

One year in, COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact independent restaurants

Independent restaurants were especially hard-hit during the past year of COVID-19. As many as 110,000 restaurants have closed since the pandemic was declared, according to the National Restaurant Association, and foodservice sales have fallen $255 billion in the year since.

What Is the Restaurant Renaissance, and How Will It Impact Investors?

The term "renaissance" refers to a period of resurgence. The restaurant renaissance, as it's sometimes referred to, is the revival of restaurants after the massive shutdowns the nation has faced.

What to Know about the Industry Today: Why is TSMC Setting up Plants in the US despite Higher Cost?

Regarding the source of revenue by headquarters of TSMC’s clients, those located in North America takes up over 60% in 2018 and 2019, followed by China taking up roughly 20%, Japan takes up 5%, the rest of Asia pacific taking up 9%, Europe, middle east and Africa taking up 6% in total, making North America the main source of revenue, which also owes to most IC designs headquarters being located in North America.

Taiwan’s Electric Vehicle Supply Chain Goes into High Gear

Electric vehicles (EV) keep gaining momentum in part due to the bans on the purchases of gasoline vehicles in many European countries by 2030 and the U.S. by 2035, according to YouGov. Components of electric vehicles have recently been in high demand in light of not only the pandemic but also this policy.

Is This The End Of Made In China?

In early July, an important announcement by Apple went relatively unnoticed: it was shifting assembly of its iPhone 11, then the most advanced model in its product line, from China to Chennai in India.

Q&A: How malls are becoming multi-use centers as COVID-19 speeds their demise

Shopping centers are adding offices, hotels and apartments as e-commerce cuts into their foot traffic.

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Forever Changed the Process of Selling a House

In a world rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic, safety and social distancing are a must, and real estate professionals and sellers have had to adapt to a new way of doing business.

Recap of 2020

We thought an appropriate way to start off the New Year would be by giving our users a recap of 2020. To keep things concise but informative, we have compiled a table that will allow you to see the top three companies that have sold the greatest amount of property listings.

Schedule Your Virtual Tour Via LandBlueBook

To help you on these uncertain times, we are glad to be able to offer the option of Scheduling a Virtual Tour Appointment by using LandBlueBook Mobile.

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Search SOLD Listings by Map

The  team is very grateful to our users for their constant support and cooperation and for updating the contract status of their properties. Remember that you can use LandBlueBook Mobile to search for the most recent 100 SOLD Listings by Map.

Industrial Parks in Taiwan, Mexico, Thailand and Vietnam

Being part of our family brings added value to your business, since we are constantly improving our website to accommodate your needs. This is why we have added an “Industrial Park” category to LandBlueBook Mobile.

The Surprising U.S. Markets Where Foreigners Are Buying Up Property

Based on® data, we were able to come up with a list of 20 markets with the most foreign demand. 1. Miami, FL 2. Honolulu, HI 3. Los Angeles, CA 4. Bellingham, WA 5. Orlando, FL Source:

Manila likely to Outpace 2017 Condominium Sales

Manila, November 12, 2018 – Metro Manila condominium sales remain strong despite higher inflation and the central bank’s decision to raise benchmark yields. Latest sales figures indicate that the residential market is likely to outpace condominium sales in 2017. Colliers believes that a mix of demand from offshore gaming employees and local professionals is helping sustain the Metro Manila residential market, partly driving demand for other segments such as dormitories that cater to professionals and students. In 3Q2018, we have also seen the Manila Bay Area overtaking Ortigas Center in terms of number of condominium units Source: Colliers International

NEW RECORD HIGH: Condominium pre-sales reach historical high, but slower launches threaten 2019 take-up

Manila, 6 February 2019 - Metro Manila condominium take-up in the pre-selling market remains strong despite higher inflation and the central bank’s decision to raise benchmark yields in 2018. Latest sales figures show that 2018 pre-sales covering major business districts in Metro Manila and the fringes reached 54,000 units, surpassing the previous record-high of 53,000 units in 2017. Colliers recorded a strong take-up for affordable to mid-income units with prices ranging from PHP1.7 million (USD32,075) to PHP5.9 million (USD111,321). Source: Colliers International