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Hotai Motor, the local distributor for Toyota vehicles, said that more than 12,000 Toyota cars in Taiwan will have to be recalled because of possible defects in the airbag inflators and emissions control systems.
Bearable access
A Formosan black bear as photographed by a resident in June at an undisclosed location. A female black bear and her cub have been spotted foraging for food on the Jiaminghu trail in Taitung's Xiangyang Mountain. In order to ensure the bears have unhindered access, forestry officials decided to close off the area to the public for the next two months.
Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) said in a press release that it had halted trading of securities listed by J Touch Corporation (JTOUCH, Stock code:3584).
Taiwan will seek to use Japan's satellite services until its newest satellite, Formosat-5, can be launched later this year, Science and Technology Minister Yang Hung-duen said.
The Taiwan Stock Exchange Co. (TWSE) announced that the net income of all of its securities firms reached NT$1,538 million in May.
Baby, mother survive ambulance accident
Emergency response teams pull a pregnant woman from an ambulance Thursday, June 30 in Pingtung. The ambulance was en route to the hospital with the pregnant woman in tow when it became involved in a road accident with two passenger vehicles. The woman suffered scratches and a cesarean section was preformed immediately when she arrived at the hospital.
The central bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) cut its key interest rates by 0.125 percentage points Thursday after concluding a quarterly policymaking meeting.
The U.S. dollar fell against the New Taiwan dollar Thursday, shedding NT$0.057 to close at NT$32.286 as the foreign exchange markets in the region climbed out of the Brexit shadow, dealers said.
The new Nangang Station on Taiwan's high-speed railway line is set to begin commercial operation Friday, and a change of schedules will also take effect then, the operator said Thursday.
The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) will begin to impose marine dumping fees and spend the money on the promotion of water pollution control and protection of the marine environment and relevant research, the EPA said Thursday.
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