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Critical Care's NT$6 billion under siege
Last year, the government vowed to carve out NT$6 billion to support hospitals' debt-ridden critical care services. That promise has not yet materialized, and the funds have now been redistributed to all medical services -- to be shared by many. The medical community has since caught wind of this, and a heated debate has ensued.
 
Chunghwa Telecom teams up with DBS to build cutting-edge ERP cloud
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom is partnering with DBS Group Taiwan to create an enterprise resource planning (ERP) cloud to help small and medium-sized enterprises thrive by meeting their growing digital infrastructure needs.
 
A group opposed to same-sex marriage said Thursday in Taipei that it will initiate two referendum proposals on the issue, following a Constitutional Court ruling the previous day that paved the way for the legalization of gay marriage in Taiwan.
 
A group opposed to same-sex marriage said Thursday in Taipei that it will initiate two referendum proposals on the issue, following a Constitutional Court ruling the previous day that paved the way for the legalization of gay marriage in Taiwan.
 
The winning number for the NT$10 million (US$332,970) special prize in the March-April uniform invoice lottery is 74748874, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) announced Thursday.
 
Now you can pay final respects to Chu Ke-liang with an extended cut of his final movie
Chu Ke-liang's last bow on the silver screen, "Hanky Panky," will be rereleased in theaters Friday with never-before-seen footage -- but for one day only.
 
Citibank helps bring Samsung Pay to Taiwan
Citibank is teaming up with Samsung to roll out the electronics giant's mobile payment technology across Taiwan. Until the end of July, consumers making purchases via Samsung Pay will be able to enjoy rebates as high as NT$1,200, according to a Citibank press release.
 
Taiwan shares rise above 10,000 points on moderate turnover
Shares in Taiwan opened high and closed even higher, remaining above the 10,000-point level on Wednesday, lifted mainly by automobile stocks.
 
Taiwanese nationals living in Davao City on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao were reportedly safe on Wednesday, though they were urged to remain alert following a terrorist attack in Marawi City, about 260 kilometers away on Tuesday, according to a Davao-based Taiwanese business group.
 
Taiwan is going to promote another of its popular local street food, braised pork on rice (滷肉飯), following the success in marketing beef noodles, a dish that has been heavily promoted.
 
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