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Saturday, March 7, 2015
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday expressed the party's consent to a two-stage constitutional amendment, with the first stage focusing on items that have garnered a higher level of consensus.
Many Taiwanese-Americans come to Taiwan seeking their roots, and for Karan, 48, the goal was specifically to find a grave.
Taiwan -- Taiwanese-American seeks, finds father's grave
A batch of stationery items and school bags arrived in the Solomon Islands and El Salvador last month as part of a joint humanitarian assistance project between the government and several local and international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to help the needy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said.
The chances of heavy rainfall in Taiwan this spring are small, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Friday amid worry over water shortages throughout the country.
A 1111 Job Bank survey found that 71.78 percent of companies plan to offer raises this year, the highest proportion since 2009.
Shares in Taiwan moved higher to close above the 9,600 point mark Friday as buying rotated to select non-high-tech stocks, in particular in the financial and petrochemical sectors, dealers said.
The production value of Taiwan's machine tool industry for 2014 hit the third-highest level on record, thanks to improvement of the economy at home and abroad, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Thursday.
Siemens provides an integral portfolio of CNC controls for every manufacturing request at its booth at Taipei International Machine Tool Show 2015 (TIMTOS 2015), in Taipei World Trade Center Hall 1, said the company.
The composite index of Taiwan's manufacturing sector continued to flash a yellow-blue light in January, signaling a slowdown that has already lingered for several months, a local think tank said Friday.
BenQ Corp. (明基) of Taiwan said Friday that it remained the second largest projector supplier in the world in 2014, holding that spot for the sixth consecutive year in rankings compiled by market information advisory firm Futuresource Consulting.
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