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MediaTek Inc. Taiwan's leading integrated circuit designer, is expected to see its sales for 2016 rise 29 percent from a year earlier, the second-highest growth among the top 20 IC firms in the world, according to market advisory firm IC Insights.
 
Religious leaders Saturday spoke out in favor of efforts to legalize same-sex marriage, ahead of a second public hearing on issue slated for Monday.
 
The Air Force's Thunder Tiger Aerobatics Team gave a thrilling performance at an air festival in Taichung on Saturday, in its first public performance since a training mission in October 2014 ended in tragedy.
 
Vincent Lin (林明昇), chairman of the recently dissolved TransAsia Airways, was released on a NT$5 million (US$157,000) bond early Saturday after being questioned by prosecutors over possible insider trading a day before the company announced its decision to bow out of Taiwan's airline business.
 
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) has vowed to turn Taiwan into "an Asian tiger again" in an article she wrote for the Economist's special edition, "the World In 2017," in which she lays out her reform plans for the coming year.
 
Investigators raid TransAsia HQ
Investigators raided TransAsia Airways' headquarters, the residence of its chairman Vincent Lin (林明昇) and five other related premises, Friday.
 
The Ill-gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee (IGPASC) on Friday officially resolved to nationalize two firms widely believed to be affiliates of the opposition Kuomintang (KMT).
 
Tsai urges people-centric justice system
President Tsai Ing-wen Friday urged for the development of a people-centric judicial system and the incorporation of diverse expertise into the judicial reform process.
 
KMT given access to frozen bank account
The Ill-Gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee agreed on Friday to lift a freeze on a bank account and nine checks held by the opposition Kuomintang (KMT), to facilitate a massive layoff plan by the party.
 
Students show off their knowledge of laws and regulations at contest
The 9th Annual National Law and Regulations Database Competition (第九屆全國法規資料庫競賽活動) concluded with an award ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 19.
 
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