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President demands a new strategy for defense by Jan. 2017
President Tsai-Ing-wen Thursday called on the Defense Ministry to develop a new defense strategy for the nation's armed forces during her first inspection tour to the annual Han Kuang military exercises in Pingtung.
 
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Thursday called for the return of a senior Turkish envoy who left Taiwan amid allegations of sexual harassment and obstruction of official duties.
 
In wake of bus blaze, drivers take to streets
Bus drivers blocked traffic and clashed with police officers at the Transportation Ministry (MOTC) on Thursday morning, as they accused the government of damaging their industry's reputation.
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TAITRA to hold transport parts show in Myanmar
An international exhibition of transportation industry components and parts will be staged in Yangon, Myanmar from Sept. 29 to Oct,. 2.
 
St. Vincent gov't reaffirms ties with ROC
The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Tuesday reaffirmed its commitment to maintaining its 35-year-old, unbroken diplomatic relationship with the R.O.C. (Taiwan) after the main opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) announced that it would switch its diplomatic allegiance to Beijing if elected to office.
 
Taiwan, Germany explore cooperation opportunities in smart manufacturing
Business and political leaders from Taiwan and Germany pledged to collaborate on developing smart machinery and Industrie 4.0 at a summit on Thursday.
 
Gov't officials attend opening of wind power investment expo
President Tsai Ing-wen's administration outlined the nation's bid to speed up implementation of renewable energy operations at the 2016 Taiwan Wind Power Investment International Conference and Exhibition Thursday.
 
Howard Hotels dish out Taiwanese grouper delicacy
Howard Hotels, one of Taiwan's leading hotel franchises, introduced new dishes created from Taiwanese groupers on Thursday, which were labeled with a QR code to track their origin and to ensure a safe and healthy dining experience.
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The Supreme Administrative Court ruled Thursday that contractor Farglory Group could resume partial construction on the beleaguered Taipei Dome sports arena.
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Labor unions staged a protest outside the Labor Insurance Bureau Thursday, demanding the Cabinet withdraw a bill that would eliminate seven public holidays and take away employees' right to a two-day weekend.
 
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