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Overseas orders jumped 8.3 percent to US$3.79 million in August, reversing the negative growth seen over the pervious 16 months, the Economics Ministry reported on Thursday.
 
The resignation of Taipei's legal affairs chief was due to differences of opinion with Mayor Ko Wen-je over the handling of a case involving a junior-high school teacher fired in 2008, the ex-official's husband revealed Thursday.
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Under Lover under arrest
Police officers escort Taiwanese rapper Wu Rui-er (胡睿兒), front left, to the Taipei District Prosecutors Office for questioning after he was arrested for the use of marijuana on Thursday, Sept. 22.
 
The average monthly salary of female employees in Taiwan is 20 percent less than that of their male counterparts, the Department of Gender Equality under the Executive Yuan said Thursday.
 
Taiwan investigators brought back the main suspect in the Maxim Trader Group Ponzi scheme from Malaysia to face charges of defrauding investors of some NT$200 million (US$6.38 million)
 
Taiwan investigators brought back the main suspect in the Maxim Trader Group Ponzi scheme from Malaysia to face charges of defrauding investors of some NT$200 million (US$6.38 million)
 
The Canadian government has announced that it will extend the leniency period for its newly-launched Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) requirement for another two months to give travelers and airliners more time to prepare for changes.
 
More than 20,000 people have registered to take part in this year's International Coastal Cleanup Day activities on 27 beaches around the island on Sept. 24, organizers said.
 
The average monthly nominal wage for the first seven months of this year fell slightly in reflection of smaller bonus payouts by employers, at a time when the local economy was slowing down, according to government statistics released Thursday.
 
A total of 198 Taiwanese telecom fraud suspects have been forcibly deported to China since April, the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會) said during a press conference on Thursday.
 
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