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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Shares in Taiwan staged a strong rebound Monday following a rally on Wall Street last Friday, while the greenback lost NT$0.006 to close at NT$30.415.
A Taiwan pavilion showcasing cultural and creative products from the country is being organized for the first time at the Bangkok International Gift Fair and Bangkok International Houseware Fair (BIG+BIH Fair), which opened last Sunday in Thailand.
Taiwan -- Taiwanese cultural and creative products showcased at Thai fair
The Taiwan Stock Exchange (台灣證券交易所) on Monday said foreign investors last week sold a net NT$25.99 billion in local shares, compared to NT$9.58 billion a week earlier.
Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. (華碩電腦) has won more ground in the Asia-Pacific personal computer market in the third quarter on the back of entry-level notebooks, tech research firm IDC said in a report on Monday.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Taiwan -- MHW declares Namchow products edible
The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MHW) received positive results from their investigation of Namchow Group's (南僑) oil products yesterday, stating that Namchow's products are suitable for human consumption.
Taiwan -- Taipei mayor hopefuls continue fierce campaign
Taipei mayoral candidates Sean Lien (連勝文) and Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday continued to work hard for their mayoral campaigns, appearing at different locations in hopes of seeking more backers to secure the position of Taipei mayor.
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The president of the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (Icsid) on Saturday (South African Standard Time) handed over the World Design Capital (WDC) baton to a Taipei official, signaling that the WDC spotlight will now fall on Taipei.
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The manager of a Vietnam-based trading company embroiled in the latest cooking oil scandal in Taiwan admitted Saturday that her company has exported large amounts of recycled oil to Taiwan over the past three years.
Taiwan's largest processed food producer, Uni-President Enterprises Corp. (統一企業), listed Sunday its oil sources for the production of edible oils and animal feed, stressing that it has never imported oil from Vietnam, the origin of controversial oils in the spiraling food scandal.
According to the Central Weather Bureau's (CWB) forecast yesterday, today's weather will be between sunny and mostly cloudy across Taiwan. There may be some rainfall in Eastern Taiwan, Hengchun Peninsula and the mountains in Central and Southern Taiwan.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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