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October, 28, 2016

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On the back of gains posted on the local equity market, consumer confidence in Taiwan has been showing signs of improvement, according to a statement released Thursday by National Central University (NCU).
President Tsai Ing-wen has said the country will support both new and old industries.
Aerospace deal
Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC, 漢翔航空) President Ho Bo-hwa, left, signs a contract with GE Aviation in the U.S. on Thursday, Oct. 27. GE Aviation agreed to increase the purchase of AIDC's LEAP engine parts for an existing contract for four years
Rolling on a river
An elderly couple row a self-made boat in Kaohsiung's Lover River on Thursday, Oct. 27.
At a time when the local unemployment rate has fallen to below the 4-percent mark, more than 60 percent of first-time jobseekers in Taiwan are able to find jobs, according to the results of a survey released by online job bank yes123 Thursday.
Taiwan's economy continued to show signs of steady growth in September, with monitoring indicators flashing a green light for the third consecutive month, according to a report released Thursday by the National Development Council (NDC).
The U.S. Department of State reiterated Washington's support for Taiwan's meaningful participation in the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) Wednesday, ahead of the organization's annual assembly next month.
Shares in Taiwan moved lower to close below the 9,300-point mark Thursday, as the bellwether electronics sector encountered relatively heavier downward pressure in the wake of losses incurred on the tech-heavy NASDAQ index in the U.S. market overnight, dealers said.
Consumer confidence climbs in October
Taiwan's consumer confidence index (CCI) rose 0.29 points to 78.95 in October...
MAC: KMT not authorized to sign agreements with Beijing
Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Chairwoman Katharine Chang stated Thursday that the upcoming meeting between KMT Chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu and Chinese leader Xi Jinping represented non-governmental exchanges.
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