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A TransAsia Airways flight was forced to return to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport shortly after takeoff Monday evening after its ground staff received a report that there was a bomb on the plane.
A local hospital will sign an agreement with Swaziland to help improve the country's quality of healthcare professionals, according to the International Cooperation and Development Fund (ICDF, 財團法人國際合作發展基金會), Tuesday.
Net income of overall securities firms in June 2016 was NT$1,534 million. Among them, net income of integrated securities firms was NT$1,502 million, net income of securities brokerage firms was NT$65 million, and net loss of FCM which engaged in securities business was NT$32 million, according to a press release from the Taiwan Stock Exchange Co. (TWSE).
Toy soldier
Miniatures are on display at the Defense Ministry's weekly press conference Tuesday alongside other souvenirs designed for release this year.
The organizing committee of the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade has received about NT$500 million (US$15.43 million) in non-cash sponsorships from corporations, according to Taipei's Department of Sports.
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Representatives of thousands of Taiwanese investors who lost up to US$163 million placed with a futures company in Indonesia have traveled to Indonesia to appeal their case.
State-owned enterprise budget
Photos shows documents piled on tables at the Legislative Yuan as Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lawmaker Ker Chien-ming speaks on the phone in the background.
A commission will be established under the Executive Yuan to handle the Kuomintang's (KMT) "ill-gotten" assets, according to a new law passed by the Legislature on Monday.
The Taiwan High Court turned down Tuesday a request by Gary Wang (王令麟), a son of fugitive tycoon Wang You-theng (王又增) who died in California in late May, to lift a ban preventing him from traveling abroad to attend his father's funeral.
U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is not expected to have a different stance on Taiwan or the "one China" policy than President Barack Obama if she is elected in November, one of her advisers said Monday.
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