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The National Financial Stabilization Fund made a profit of about NT$1.2 billion (US$37.85 million) after disposing of shares it bought in the local equity market during its intervention from August 2015 to April 2016, .....
A tropical depression located east of Guam on Saturday strengthened into a tropical storm, named Haima, and is expected to affect Taiwan next Thursday and Friday, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said.
China Airlines (CAL) has urged passengers flying to and from the Philippines to check changes to flight schedules caused by Typhoon Sarika, which will pass Luzon in the Philippines and enter the South China Sea Sunday.
Penghu resoundingly rejects casinos
By an overwhelming margin of 81 to 19 percent, Penghu residents rejected a proposal to build an international resort and attached gambling facilities on their island county.
What the polls say: support for president hits fresh low
President Tsai Ing-wen's approval ratings have hit their lowest level since she took office in May, a new survey shows.
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Flight attendants demand CAL honor labor deal
China Airlines (CAL) flight attendants on Friday demanded that management honor promises made during a previous negotiation that had ended the first-ever strike in the nation's airline industry.
Over 77 percent of young working adults in Taiwan would be interested in working overseas, with Japan, the United States and Singapore among the most popular destinations, according to a poll released Friday by the 1111 Job Bank.
Paying homage to Confucius
Carmen Garratt, a college student from Australia, appeared at a ceremony dressed in a traditional costume at the Confucius Temple in Hsinchu City on Friday, Oct. 14, to pay homage to Confucius, an ancient Chinese teacher and philosopher, together with representatives from the education circle and other sectors.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局) has recently warned nationals of rampant iPhone 7 fraud as a total of 43 people fell victim to such a scheme, when they thought they had found a bargain but were actually scammed.
Ex-labor minister calls for minimum pension payments
Former Labor Minister Chen Hsiung-wen (陳雄文) Friday said he supported the government raising the ceiling on labor insurance benefits, but added that it should establish a "floor" as well so that fewer seniors lived in poverty.
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