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Sunday, April 19, 2015
Samsung has removed its corporate logo from its new smartphones sold in Japan, a company spokeswoman confirmed Saturday.
A method for detecting toxins through the reactions of fish embryos has won Chinese company Vitargent International a top prize for inventions, organizers said Friday.
 > China
Singaporean budget carrier Scoot announced Friday that it will launch non-stop flights to Kaohsiung three times a week beginning on July 9.
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The Ford Motor Company unveiled Friday a US$2.5 billion investment for engine and transmission plants in Mexico, the second major project announced in the country by a foreign auto power this week.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Spanish official slams Greece, says time 'running out'
Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos criticized Greece's left-wing government for its "not very coherent" approach to negotiations over its finances and economy.
Rising gas prices in March led to a slight increase in inflation, a sign that some of the broader economic impact from cheaper oil is fading.
Yahoo and Microsoft will keep working together on Internet search, but Yahoo is getting more control over the how the search results are presented.
The industrial heart of General Electric, the company's new focus, posted lower revenue and earnings in the first quarter amid an enormous overall loss resulting from its recently-announced sale of most of the assets in its finance subsidiary.
The controversial Kuomintang- (KMT) proposed amendments to promote wage increases (加薪四法) for local workers, originally scheduled for a third reading at the Legislative Yuan yesterday, were met with opposition by business groups and recalled by the Legislative Yuan New Alliance (LYNA, 立院新聯盟).
 > Taiwan
Pets are now treated as family members in Taiwan as changing demographic trends, such as aging issues, lower birth rates and delayed marriage take effect.
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