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September, 25, 2016

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XPEC headquarters raided, individual directors summoned
Police raided the headquarters of scandal-hit Taiwanese game developer XPEC Entertainment Inc. for the first time on Friday, as prosecutors summoned its three individual directors as witnesses.
 > Taipei
Taoyuan Land Art Festival goes global
"While Japan's Setouchi Triennale is recognized as the most prestigious art festival in Asia, I hope Taoyuan Land Art Festival can serve as Taiwan's most important event on the international art stage," Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsang (鄭文燦) said Thursday.
 > Taoyuan
Samsung tops smartphone market in Aug.
Samsung Electronics Co. of South Korea dominated Taiwan's smartphone market in August, taking the biggest share both in terms of sales volume and value, sources in the sector said Friday.
Fu Jen dean suspended amid cover-up scandal
Fu Jen Catholic University announced the suspension of a school dean on Friday, who garnered public ire for allegedly covering up a campus sexual assault case.
 > Taipei
The High Court of Scotland on Friday reversed an initial ruling requiring a British citizen to be extradited back to Taiwan to serve his prison term for killing a local man while driving drunk in March 2010, Apple Daily reported Friday.
The Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF) is giving out iPhone 7s, roundtrip tickets from Taipei to Barcelona and other grand prizes to recruit citizen journalists.
 > Taipei
Shares in Taiwan closed higher Friday, extending momentum from the previous sessions, as the bellwether electronics sector continued an uptrend amid optimism over its shipments during the current peak season in the global high-tech market, dealers said.
Workers and employers across Taiwan are facing confusion over whether five national holidays that were canceled by the previous government have been reinstated as promised by the new one.
A Taiwanese court has sentenced a former intelligence officer to 18 years in prison for reportedly working as a double agent and spying for China as relations worsen with Beijing.
Gasoline and diesel prices in Taiwan are likely to fall slightly next week as a stronger Taiwan dollar has offset an increase in international crude oil prices, market sources said Friday.
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