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Eva Air named world's 8th best airline
EVA Air has been recognized as the world eighth best airline among the top 100 airlines in the world and named as the "Best Transpacific Airline" with the "Best Business Class Comfort Amenities" by SKYTRAX, at World Airline Awards 2016; the largest passenger satisfaction survey covering full-service and low-cost airlines across the globe, according to a press release from the airline.
Netflix facing tougher times as user growth slows in US
After years of spectacular success, Netflix is starting to hit some potholes. The high-flying internet video service added only 160,000 U.S.
Swiss giant Novartis' profit down 8% on declining cancer treatment sales
Loss of patent exclusivity on a key cancer drug eroded first half net profits, Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis said Tuesday, as it said it would step up investments to market a new heart treatment.
Asian stock markets mostly fell Tuesday on profit-taking following a week-long rally but Tokyo headed for a sixth straight gain as a weak yen boosted exporters.
 > Japan
SoftBank plunged more than 10 percent Tuesday as investors gave the thumbs down to the Japanese mobile giant's whopping US$32 billion purchase of British iPhone chip designer ARM Holdings.
Ansett Aviation Asia opened a modern training facility near Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on Monday to offer high quality aviation programs in the country.
 > Taiwan
Investor confidence in Germany plummeted in July to its lowest level in nearly four years on concerns about the fallout for Europe's biggest economy from the British vote to quit the European Union, a leading survey showed on Tuesday.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew will press Greece's government to move ahead on economic reforms in a visit to Athens this week, the Treasury Department said Monday.
Private investment will determine whether Taiwan's economy will achieve growth of 1 percent this year, chairman of the Chinese National Federation of Industries (CNFI,全國工業總會) Rock Hsu (許勝雄) said on Tuesday.
 > Taiwan
Britain's annual inflation rate rose last month from May, official data showed Tuesday, and faces further gains as a weak pound caused by the Brexit vote raises import prices.
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