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The Cabinet gave a green light Thursday to a law amendment proposal allowing the online sale of alcohol.
Daan keeps Taipei's most expensive storefronts
Storefronts in Taipei's Daan District (大安區) still command the highest rents, averaging NT$4,570 per ping (3.3 square meters), followed by Wanhua District's (萬華區) NT$4,093, according to Taiwan Realty's (台灣房屋) research.
Philippine Airlines to fly to Osaka from Taipei starting June 25: airline
Beginning June 25, Philippine Airlines (PAL) will operate daily flights from Taipei to Osaka (Kansai Airport), using the 199-seater Airbus 321 aircraft, according to a press release from the Philippine Airlines yesterday.
The Taipei District Court (台北地院) ruled yesterday that the Ministry of Finance had broken no laws in a boardroom upset that gave it control of Chang Hwa Bank (彰化銀行) in 2014.
A new management team at EVA Air has announced plans for the carrier to increase passenger capacity by 15 percent this year, with 13 new aircraft set to enter operation this year.
Shares in Taiwan closed moderately lower Wednesday as stocks in the Apple Inc. supply chain weakened and buying rotated to select old economy stocks.
House tax is set to be levied this year on 8.43 million units for a record-setting NT$71.68 billion, the Ministry of Finance (財政部) said yesterday.
The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) will hold a conference on May 5 for auditing executives of listed companies to improve their professional knowledge and raise awareness of their companies' social responsibility.
A Taiwan-Thailand investment forum was held in Bangkok, in an effort to promote investment exchanges between the two countries.
V Air, one of Taiwan's two budget carriers, said Monday that it is scheduled to launch flights to Okinawa from July 1 to tap strong demand over the upcoming summer vacation period.
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