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Wednesday, November 25, 2015
The National Communications Commission (NCC, 國家通訊傳播委員會) said it would consider holding a hearing to examine the purchase of a majority stake in Taiwan's largest privately owned broadcaster, Eastern Broadcasting Company (EBC, 東森電視) by Dan Mintz, head of DMG Entertainment.
The increasing occurrence of terrorist attacks should have limited impact on the global aviation market, according to EVA Airways, one of Taiwan's leading international carriers.
The Executive Yuan decided Tuesday to inject more funds into a stimulus package to help boost domestic consumption, an official responsible for the country's economic planning said that day.
Flat panel prices are likely to stage a rebound in the first quarter of next year, when the impact resulting from inventory adjustments fades, according to market information advisory firm IHS DisplaySearch.
Investor confidence in Taiwan has rebounded marginally from a record low in the third quarter, but there is still some worry about the country's economic outlook, according to a report released by JPMorgan Asset Management (Taiwan) Tuesday.
The Taiwan International Algae Research Fund (TIARF) was launched Tuesday to facilitate the exploration of marine resources and advance research into fields related to algae biodiversity.
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC, 金管會) said it has decided to lower the minimum yield requirement of domestic insurance firms investing in commercial real estate from 2.805 percent to 2.555 percent.
TISE announces winners of sustainability awards
The Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TISE) yesterday awarded the 2015 Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards to encourage and recognize participating local enterprises.
Taiwan and Japan will hold an annual meeting on economic and trade issues in Tokyo Nov. 25-26, which this year will cover food issues, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.
The Tourism Bureau has invited 15 Bollywood actors to take part in a photoshoot at famous scenic spots in Taiwan for a calendar that will be used to help attract Bollywood filmmakers to the country, a bureau official said Tuesday.
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