Monday, July 7, 2014
In light of the coming travel high season over the summer holidays, the Bureau of Consular Affairs (領務局) yesterday warned the public about the prevalence of online fraud relating to U.S. visa applications.
Participants in a district meeting ahead of the planned National Trade and Economic Conference in late July came to several consensuses, including a call for lawmakers to ratify Taiwan's trade-in-services agreement with China as quickly as possible.
Six Taiwanese men are facing life sentences after being charged with importing AU$42 million (US$39 million) worth of methamphetamine into Australia, authorities said Sunday.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) urged the public Sunday to take precautions against dengue fever, as the season for the mosquito-borne disease peaks.
A team of Taiwanese baseball players earned the right to represent the Asia-Pacific region at the Junior League World Series this year after beating Hong Kong 7-0 Saturday in the qualification tournament.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
Fresh graduates are more troubled by English tests than any other aspect of interview exams, the Ministry of Labor's ejob website said yesterday.2 Comments
Activity in Taiwan's service sector in May remained stable due to an economic recovery at home and abroad, according to a report released by the local think tank Commerce Development Research Institute (CDRI).
Transactions of residential and commercial property fell in five of Taiwan's six major cities in June, with market analysts Saturday attributing the downturn to fears of further action by the government to tighten control on the property market.
The Taiwan Stock Exchange Weighted Index (TAIEX) could hit 10,500 points within 12 months on the back of an improving bottom line among locally listed companies, according to U.S. brokerage Goldman Sachs.
A team from National Chiao Tung University on Friday beat 19 other contestants from around the world with their design for an energy-saving building in Solar Decathlon Europe (SDE) 2014.