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CAL and Japan Airlines sign MOU to strengthen cargo and passenger cooperation
Taiwan's main carrier China Airlines and Japan Airlines agreed on Tuesday to strengthen cargo and passenger cooperation.
 
Mong Kok down
People walk past a banner promoting retail goods that was left in a street in front of a closed shop for rent in Mong Kok, a shopping district of Hong Kong, Friday, Jan. 6. Hong Kong is amid an economic slowdown and retail sales have been falling as tourism declines.
 
China's overseas investment in renewable energy projects jumped last year by 60 percent to a record US$32 billion, marking its leadership in the global market for clean energy, a report said Friday.
 
Airlines to offer Universiade flight deals
Taiwan's leading carriers China Airlines and EVA Airways have formed official partnership relations with the Taipei Universiade Organizing Committee and will offer flight services to International University Sports Federation (FISU) officials attending the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade.
 
Asus unveils ZenFone with  Daydream, Google Tango
Asus made its new smartphone ZenFone AR official at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas on Thursday.
 
Scratching a living
Thai workers load pumpkins on a truck at a flower market in Bangkok, on Thursday, Jan. 5. Thailand's minimum wage is US$8.38 per day.
 
Business lobby meets Abe
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, toasts with leaders of the country's business chambers at a New Year's party in Tokyo on Thursday, Jan 5.
 
Some factories violated anti-smog laws: Beijing
China's environmental ministry said Tuesday that an unspecified number of companies had violated measures meant to reduce smog during a period of particularly noxious pollution in the country.
 
The Philippine Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that it has ordered pharmaceutical giant Sanofi Pasteur Inc. to stop airing television and radio advertisements for its dengue vaccine in violation of a ban on promoting prescription or ethical drugs in mass media.
 
Manufacturing expanded for the 10th consecutive month in December, according to the Chung-Hua Institute for Economic Research (CIER).
 
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