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Taiwan's top four state-run firms all reported favorable profits last year, with their pre-tax combined earnings totaling NT$80 billion.
 
While a rebounding economy may bring increased job security, a new survey has warned workers not to expect a raise any time soon.
 
Success that sticks
Local artists who sell stickers on the messaging app Line pose for a photograph at a promotional event in Taipei, Wednesday, April 19. Line in Taiwan announced that original stickers sold via its app had brought in robust revenue of over NT$100 million in the first quarter.
 
Multitasking master
A convenience store employee makes green milk tea with tapioca pearls, Taipei, Wednesday, April 19. Uni-President's 7-Eleven on Wednesday debuted four bubble tea beverages, the latest of many food and beverage products that 7-Eleven employees can whip up on demand.
 
Bag of the future
An Environmental Protection Administration employee displays a tablet showing a dual-purpose bag sold at a supermarket in South Korea, Taipei, Wednesday, April 19. In a bid to spur the adoption of Taiwan's own dual-purpose bags, the national agency said it planned to let local governments require that all grocery stores, hypermarts and other retailers carry the product. These plastic shopping bags can be reused as a certified garbage bags in local waste collection programs.
 
Stumped for a way to thank your mama this Mother's Day? This could be the answer.
 
Local consumer confidence is up for the third month in a row, according to the latest survey by Cathay Financial Holdings (國泰金控) released on Monday.
 
Top of the world
Luxury apartment building The World (松江一號院) is seen in this photo taken in Taipei on Monday, April 17.
 
Selling platform makes waves around the world
On April 1, users opening the Pinkoi app were greeted with the announcement of a new social networking function: KoiMeet.
 
Geopolitical tensions send local shares tumbling
Shares in Taiwan took a beating Friday, ending more than 1 percent lower as sentiment was affected by rising geopolitical tensions after the United States dropped a powerful bomb in Afghanistan earlier in the day, dealers said.
 
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