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December, 9, 2016

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Demand for manpower in Taiwan at the end of January 2017 will show a net increase of 26,500 workers compared with the end of October this year, according to a survey published Tuesday by the Ministry of Labor.
Anti-rainbow flag protest
Protesters rally at Taichung City Hall plaza on Tuesday, Dec. 6, urging Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung to back away from his decision to fly the rainbow flag for seven days at Taichung local governmental buildings starting Dec. 10 to show support for LGBT people. .
The Tainan City government said Tuesday it will invite Japanese Olympic table tennis medalist Ai Fukuhara (福原愛) to serve as its tourism spokesperson next year.
Shares in Taiwan made a significant comeback on Tuesday on the back of a record high posted by the Dow Jones Industrial Average overnight as investors shrugged off the defeat of a referendum in Italy, dealers said.
The Council of Agriculture (COA) has set up an international company to promote Taiwan's agricultural products in global markets.
The U.S. dollar fell against the New Taiwan dollar on Tuesday, shedding NT$0.043 to close at NT$31.952 as local traders were sufficiently encouraged by the rebound staged by other regional currencies that they bought New Taiwan dollars, dealers said.
Just in time for Christmas?
This Tuesday, Dec. 6 photo shows equipment for a virtual reality (VR) rock-climbing game developed by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
Charter flights between Hualien in eastern Taiwan and Hong Kong were launched on Tuesday, providing more convenient air links and transit services for both sides, Hualien County government announced on Tuesday.
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Taoyuan police recently arrested three suspects for allegedly growing marijuana in their rented apartments, according to the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB).
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A household registration office in Chiayi has recently helped two Japanese people locate a Taiwanese woman whom they had lost contact with for 30 years with no other clue than the woman's name.
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