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Taiwan's service sector remained weak in July, as an index that gauges the climate of the sector continued to point to a slowdown, according to the results of a survey released Monday.
 
The problems that sank South Korea's Hanjin Shipping this week could be just the tip of the iceberg, analysts say, with the long-running global economic downturn having left the industry drowning in excess capacity.
 
Fashion in the field
A Garo tribal woman walks past a paddy field in Tura, in the northeastern Indian state of Meghalaya, Saturday, Sept. 3. More than 70 percent of India's 1.25 billion citizens are engaged in agriculture.
 
The Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) has scheduled a quarterly policymaking meeting for Sept. 29 to decide whether it will continue to cut its key interest rates.
 
Tens of millions in India strike for higher wages
Millions of public sector workers went on strike across India Friday protesting against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's plans for greater privatization and a proposed minimum wage hike they say is inadequate.
 
Macau's monthly gaming revenues ended a more than two-year slump Thursday, rising for the first time in 26 months, helped by multiple mega-resorts launching in the casino enclave.
 
Britain's May hopes to assure Chinese over nuclear plant
On her first visit to China as Britain's prime minister, Theresa May will try to reassure Beijing that she wants to strengthen ties despite her delay on a decision over whether to approve a Chinese-backed nuclear power plant in southwestern England.
 
Online education leader Coursera took aim Wednesday at workplaces with a version of its platform tailored for advancing employee careers and skills.
 
Residential housing units inside and surrounding the four three-rail terminal stations in Taiwan have failed to resist the trend of declining prices that has plagued the property market for the past two years.
 
Taiwan's government is studying a plan to attract and retain high-caliber foreign talent by providing them with preferential tax treatment, the deputy head of the country's top economic planning agency said Thursday.
 
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