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Road to repair
A scenic trek -- the famed tourist destination Caoling (草嶺) in Yunlin -- is shown in this undated file photo.
 
ANZ Bank (Taiwan) said that it has introduced a new way for carrying out money transfers by using a mobile phone number instead of a bank account number.
 
Real wages and earnings in Taiwan were both down in the first quarter of 2016 year-on-year, hurt by lower year-end bonuses and only small gains in salaries, according to government statistics released Monday.
 
The unemployment rate fell 0.05 percentage points to 3.86 percent in April, the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS, 主計處) reported Monday.
 
Brokerages in Taiwan are now allowed to open call centers to take orders from their clients to buy and sell securities, according to the Taiwan Stock Exchange.
 
Citi announces Citigold refresh, Tianmu reopening
In an effort to support the Taiwan consumer banking market to connect to the world, Citibank Taiwan announced on May 20 that Citi's first new smart branch model in the Asia-Pacific region had reopened in Tianmu, Taipei. Meanwhile, the leading global bank also launched its Citigold Diversification Index to deliver a better wealth management experience.
 
Indigenous Peoples Council awards entrepreneur funds
The Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) held an awards ceremony for funds supporting entrepreneurs of aboriginal ethnicity on Tuesday, May 17.
 
Global growth tops agenda as G7 meeting kicks off in Japan
Divisions over reigniting global growth were set to surface at the G7 in Japan Friday, with US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew expected to stand firm over any action threatening a currency war.
 
Sniffing out deals
Deal seekers visit the Taipei International Tourism Exposition at the Taipei World Trade Center, Friday, May 20. The event is one of the largest summer tourism expos and features a host of attractive vacation and travel deals. It will run from May 20 to 23. For more information, visit http://www.tte.tw.
 
Taiwan's industry group leaders took a cautiously optimistic stance on economic policies outlined in President Tsai Ing-wen's inaugural speech on Friday.
 
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