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June, 28, 2016

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The head of Taiwan's top planning agency, the National Development Council (NDC), expects Taiwan's economy to improve in the second half of the year, citing economic data that points to a recovery. At a hearing of the Economics Committee of the Legislative Yuan...
 
The central bank is expected to be among its counterparts in the Asia-Pacific region that will have only limited room to ease its monetary policy, Switzerland-based banking group UBS said Monday.
 
Shares in Taiwan made a technical rebound Tuesday, led by the bellwether electronics and financial sectors, following a plunge during the previous session, dealers said.
 
Physicians call for FDA to toughen rules on tonics
Tonics that contain traditional Chinese medicine ingredients are being sold as food and not drugs -- a practice that could be putting public health at risk, physicians said Tuesday.
 
Taiwan shares plunge on global market volatility
Shares in Taiwan took a beating to close below the 8,600-point mark Monday, reflecting volatility in global financial markets caused by fears that the United Kingdom will vote to exit the European Union later this month, dealers said.
 
Car sales in China, the world's top auto market, increased at a faster pace in May than the previous month, an industry group reported Monday, despite continued woes in the country's economy.
 
Questions on ownership, operating model for Changi Terminal 5 project
Plans are underway to erect Changi Airport's biggest passenger terminal, even as key questions remain unanswered.
 
Jakarta's traffic trials give rise to a tech success
The Indonesian capital's reputation as one of the most congested cities is typically not an advantage with investors. But one company has become the country's most visible technology success with an app that relieves some of the pain of its maddening traffic.
 
Fitch on Monday cut its outlook for Japan, citing Tokyo's decision to postpone a sales tax hike seen as critical to paying down one of the world's biggest national debts.
 
The Labor Ministry (勞動部) on Monday said it would push amendments that guarantee pension benefits are paid out at retirement regardless of the Labor Insurance Fund's financial state.
 
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