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May, 25, 2016

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CP Taiwan recalls meat on worries of expired spice usage
Major poultry processor CP Taiwan (卜蜂食品) was among the firms embroiled in a recent food scare for using expired spices, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA, 食藥署).
China Airlines takes delivery of the world's first co-branded Boeing 777
China Airlines, one of Taiwan's leading international carriers, took delivery of the world's first co-branded Boeing 777 aircraft Monday at a Boeing production facility in Washington.
Interview with Citi Asia Pacific CEO Francisco Aristeguieta
Q1. Why is it important that Citi has a strong digital presence in Taiwan?
Citibank Taiwan yesterday introduced voice recognition technology into its call center, making it the first bank to launch the service on the market.
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Volkswagon car models that hit the market after July will be equipped with a smart system co-developed with HTC, the smartphone-maker has announced.
Shares in Taiwan closed higher Tuesday, boosted by a technical rebound by Apple suppliers after Apple shares had a solid showing on Wall Street overnight, dealers said.
Kit Kat Matcha flavor treats are coming to a FamilyMart near you
For all matcha lovers out there, Nestle Taiwan Ltd. has rolled out its Kit Kat Matcha Green Tea-flavor treats in Taiwan, available at FamilyMart convenience stores nationwide.
Siliconware Precision Industries Co. (SPIL, 矽品) stated Monday that the 25 percent equity acquired by rival company Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Co. (ASE, 日月光) in the open market has no legal basis.
Shares in Taiwan edged higher Monday despite cautious sentiment that led to the fifth-lowest single-day turnover of the year on the Taiwan Stock Exchange, dealers said.
Thousands flock to Taroko Park
This photo shows a view of Taroko Park (大魯閣草衙道) from above in Kaohsiung on Monday, May 16. Around 100,000 people per day visited Taroko Park, Taiwan's first shopping center and sports-themed amusement park hybrid, over the weekend. The recently opened park boosted passenger volumes of the struggling Kaohsiung Metro -- total weekend commuters at the Kaohsiung International Airport Station (R4) increased by nearly 40,000 people. Drivers nearby, however, were not so fortunate because of major traffic congestion.
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