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March 29, 2017

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Rising KMT star Chiang Wan-an says party in bad need of reform
Apple Pay available in Taiwan from today: banks
Schools won't be on the hook for adjunct professors pension payments
TSMC to supply 100 mil. new chips for Apple
Chinese warplane deployment in South China Sea imminent: US think tank
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Spain to deport 200 Taiwanese to China
The Foreign Ministry on Saturday expressed deep regret over Spain's decision to extradite more than 200 Taiwanese fraud suspects to mainland China.
US Marines to be stationed at new AIT building in Taipei: former director
As "a symbolic expression" of the U.S. commitment to Taiwan, U.S. Marines will be posted at the new American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) compound in Taipei once it is open for business this year, former AIT Director Stephen Young said on Wednesday.
2 Taiwan schools on Times list of most international universities
Two Taiwanese universities have been listed among the world's most international universities, in the annual Times Higher Education rankings that were released Wednesday.
Indonesia to seek higher pay for its domestic workers in Taiwan
Indonesian labor authorities are planning to raise the issue of higher monthly wages for their country's migrant domestic workers in Taiwan with effect from next year to bring them closer to the minimum wage.
ASE posts second-highest yearly revenue on record
Leading chip tester and packager Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE, 日月光) has reported net revenue of NT$274.8 billion for 2016 -- down by 3 percent from 2015's record-breaking profit -- and an earnings per share of NT$2.83.
Industry leaders brace for bumpy ride
After newly inaugurated President Donald Trump announced Washington's withdrawal from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), local business leaders warned of the adverse impact on Taiwan of a protectionist U.S.
Delegation to Trump inauguration arrives in US
Taiwan's delegation to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony, led by former Premier Yu Shyi-kun, arrived in New York City Tuesday.
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US politicians meet Tsai despite Beijing's request
Several U.S. politicians met President Tsai Ing-wen during a Houston stopover on her way to Central America on Sunday despite a Beijing request not to do so.
Taiwan president won't meet Trump camp in Houston: transition team member
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's camp said Saturday that it would not meet Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen during her transit in Houston en route to Central America.
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151 higher ed programs report zero enrollment
The dwindling birthrate in Taiwan has apparently taken a toll on higher education, with a rising number of universities reporting serious enrollment shortfalls.
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