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April 30, 2017

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Industrial real estate leads Q1 deals: report
Most major real estate deals in the first quarter were for industrial purposes -- an unusually high proportion, realty advisory giants Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated (JLL) and Cushman & Wakefield reported at separate press events Thursday.
Two days after Apple Pay launched in Taiwan, the mobile payment service already had 415,000 cards registered to it, Lee Ruei-tsang (李瑞倉), chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission, said Wednesday.
Spring computer show starts Friday
Models on Wednesday, March 5 show off some of the electronics that will be on sale at the 2017 Spring Computer Electronics Show (春季電腦展), which runs April 7-10. Organizers said that in addition to bargains on computer products, this year's show will also feature a virtual reality playground and a robotic combat competition.
The National Taxation Bureau will focus on online business transactions during its upcoming business tax inspections, according to recent local media reports.
Taiwanese exports are picking back up, with surging integrated circuit (IC) shipments making up 30 percent of all exports last year, according to local media reports.
Making insect removal a cinch
An insect-removing machine for atemoya fruit, a cross between sugar apples and cherimoya, is demonstrated on Monday, April 3.
Letting seniors feel at home
Retired police officer Lee Wen-chin, 94, is agile in both body and mind even at his advanced age. Following him into the Tsuihua public housing complex in which he shares a rented apartment with another elderly person, some people might ask whether it is wise for elderly people to live alone.
450 local companies form alliance to go south
The New Southbound Business Alliance was officially established on Friday under the guidance of the Taiwan Trade External Development Council (TAITRA) and the Bureau of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Where to find the best offers for the e-payment service
As Apple Pay became available to users in Taiwan from 7 a.m. this morning, local banks offering the e-payment service have rolled out promotional events for every purchase their cardholders make using the service.
The average monthly salary of young workers was NT$29,427 (US$974) last year and NT$25,540 for those in their first job, according to a survey released by the Ministry of Labor Wednesday.
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