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Friday, September 19, 2014
Scotland's possible independence from the United Kingdom is unlikely to affect the ruling on the extradition of a runway British fugitive, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) official said yesterday.
An Arab terror suspect arriving from Shanghai has been intercepted at an airport in Taiwan and put on a flight to his home country under police escort, officials confirmed Thursday.
The Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Thursday that it could issue a sea warning for developing Tropical Storm Fung Wong the following day.
An upcoming expansion project of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport will increase the airport's passenger capacity by 5 million people per year, Minister of Transportation and Communications Yeh Kuang-shih said Thursday.
V Air, a low-cost subsidiary of Taiwan's TransAsia Airways, said Thursday it will launch its services by the end of the year with an inaugural flight to Bangkok.
In order to facilitate the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA,經濟部) recently dispatched a delegation to Europe and inked agreements with several institutes to further cooperation on IoT technology.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip maker, said Thursday that it is confident it will maintain the lead it holds over its global peers in the advanced 28 nanometer process.
The Executive Yuan yesterday passed an amendment to the Insurance Act, which stipulates that any local insurers with a risk-based capital (RBC) ratio lower than 50 percent will be taken over by the government.
The Cabinet awarded a medal Thursday to a local farmer for exposing Taiwan's latest oil scandal with Premier Jiang Yi-huah vowing to prevent similar food safety incidents from happening again.
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology (YunTech) said it is going to launch an app that the school claims can “translate” baby cries with up to 92-percent accuracy.
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