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Legislators visit Taiping to assert claim
A delegation of Republic of China (Taiwan) lawmakers visited the Taiwan-controlled Taiping Island (太平島) Wednesday to assert the country's South China Sea claims after an arbitration court last week controversially deemed the territory a rock rather than an island.
NT$10 million still missing from ATM heist
About NT$10 million in cash stolen from Taiwan ATMs remains missing as of Wednesday, according to police.
Ruling party committee members sworn in
President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday encouraged newly sworn-in Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) committee members to be diligent in their work, urging them not to forget that the public would closely scrutinize the party's every action.
Transport minister vows reform after bus blaze
Transport Minister Ho Chen Tan (賀陳旦) Wednesday vowed to conduct a nationwide random inspection of tour buses immediately and reform the bus sector, after a horrific tour bus fire on Tuesday that killed 26 people.
FSC to review financial tech laws: president
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC, 金管會) and related government sectors are currently reviewing existing regulations to develop Financial Technology (FinTech) in Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen stated at the Bloomberg 2016 Summit on Wednesday.
A day after inferno, mainland officials arrive
Mainland Chinese officials arrived in Taiwan Wednesday to facilitate humanitarian arrangements immediately following a deadly accident involving Chinese tourists in Taiwan on Tuesday.
eCommerce Expo Asia to open in October
The second eCommerce Expo Asia will be held from Oct. 5 to Oct. 7 in Hall 1 of Taipei World Convention Center with a focus on big data, cross-border e-commerce, FinTech and startups.
Activists brave rain to push for 2-day weekend
Labor activists on Wednesday protested in front of the Executive Yuan, calling for the withdrawal of Cabinet-sponsored labor amendments that would implement "one flexible day off" as a compromise to industry demands.
The families of 24 mainland Chinese people killed in a tour bus blaze in Taiwan July 19 will arrive Thursday to deal with the aftermath of the tragedy, according to the Travel Agent Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
More than 65 percent of businesses violated overtime regulations laid out in labor laws, according to a survey by 1111 Job Bank, one of the largest recruitment agencies in the nation.
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