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October, 25, 2016

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Lawmakers pass bill: no more visa runs for migrant workers
Some cheered while others appeared bitterly disappointed outside the Legislative Yuan on Friday after lawmakers inside passed a bill freeing migrant workers from having to exit the country every three years.
The Presidential Office on Friday gave the green light for former President Ma Ying-jeou to visit Malaysia and the U.S. in November.
Rare Chinese stamps displayed at PHILATAIPEI
Two sets of Chinese stamps said to be among the rarest and most expensive in the Chinese world are being displayed at the 2016 World Stamp Championship Exhibition (PHILATAIPEI), which opened in Taipei on Friday.
Officials hit supermarket aisles in price probe
With the aim of curbing rising fruit and vegetable prices, officials from the Executive Yuan paid visits to multiple supermarkets and traditional markets on Friday to check on food prices.
Vice President Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) called stamps the "business cards" of countries at the opening of the 2016 World Stamp Championship Exhibition in Taipei on Friday, saying stamps allow countries to showcase their soft power in a colorful way.
The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) has urged investors to use its "trade-to-trade" simulation platform to gain familiarity with the securities trading mechanism that has gained popularity in global markets.
Taiwan's operating power reserve rate hit 2.74 percent on Friday, the 6th lowest ever recorded, according to statistics released by state-run Taiwan Power Company (Taipower).
The legislative caucus of the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) has urged party members to abide by the principle of the "1992 Consensus" when attending a cross-Taiwan Strait forum early next month.
1 dead, 9 injured in bus crash
The front of a passenger bus of the United Highway Bus Co., Ltd. was totally ruined after it bumped into a trailer from behind while driving to the 199-kilometer mark near Changhua on a southbound lane of the Dr. Sun Yat-sen National Freeway at 12:45 p.m., Friday...
Dornier 228 to retire
The picture shows a Dornier 228 plane to be phased out by Daily Air Corp. after having served the firm's flights between Taiwan and outlying islands for over 20 years. The company has newly purchased four DHC-6 400 planes from Canada to replace Dornier 228 planes.
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