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Three of Taiwan's leading cable content providers received the largest fine in the history of the nation's cable TV industry on Wednesday, according to the Fair Trade Commission.
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) underscored Wednesday the importance she attaches to Taiwan-Belize relations and expressed hope that the two nations can seek increased trade and economic cooperation in the future.
Kuomintang (KMT) Chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu revealed Wednesday that she would meet with four former party chairmen on Thursday in an attempt to build party unity.
Shares in Taiwan closed higher Wednesday as most Asian markets closed up, following strong earnings reports from a number of U.S. companies, which drove solid gains on Wall Street overnight, dealers said.
Taiwan's electricity operating reserves plunged to a historic low on same-month records, as a malfunction at Dalin Power Plant early Wednesday morning pushed the nation closer to power rationing.
XPEC scandal
Yang Rui-ren (楊瑞仁), an ex-criminal involved in one of Taiwan's largest financial crimes, walks into the Taipei Prosecutors Office on Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Donkey gives birth
This photo shows Gina the African wild donkey, classified as "Critically Endangered" by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), after she gave birth to a baby at the Taipei City Zoo earlier this month.
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Third Wednesday Club
The Third Wednesday Club (三三會) chairman Chiang Pin-kung (江丙坤), center, introduces guest speaker Kawaguchi Yuichiro, professor of real estate studies at Japan's Waseda University, left, at the monthly meeting of the business group in Taipei on Wednesday.
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Super Typhoon Haima is not expected to directly threaten Taiwan because it is moving on a more southward course than expected, but air currents from its periphery could still deliver strong winds, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Wednesday.
The Taichung District Prosecutors Office said Wednesday that a total of 194 toy shotguns circulating in the local military gaming market have been seized, with four suspects arrested for selling them.
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