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Shares in Taiwan closed lower Thursday but came off an early low as bargain hunters turned active to take advantage of steep falls seen in recent sessions, dealers said.
Foreign residents will soon be allowed to use their Alien Resident Certificates (ARCs) as an accepted form of ID to subscribe to mobile phone services in Taiwan, the National Communications Commission (NCC) said Wednesday.
Taiwan should not lose sight of the big picture in its trade relations with the United States, and the importance of American pork is only one of the many trade matters being discussed between the two sides, a U.S. State Department official has said.
The Taiwan Stock Exchange Co. (TWSE) has announced that its five seminars with directors and supervisors of TWSE and Taipei Exchange (TPEx)-listed companies as part of the "2016 Corporate Governance Forum -- Insider Trading and Corporate Social Responsibility" have ended in success, according to a press release from the TWSE.
M-eat and greet
The Taiwan booth at the SIAL China, the food and beverage expo that bills itself as "Asia's largest," is seen in this photo taken in Shanghai on Thursday, May 5. Some 160 Taiwanese venders participated in the exhibition.
Premier-designate Lin Chuan (林全) met with Legislative Speaker Su Jia-chyuan (蘇嘉全) and caucus representatives at the Legislative Yuan Thursday, though Lin remained reserved regarding the incoming government's position on the "1992 Consensus."
Lawmakers trim 'mismanaged' subsidy for rural hospitals
Lawmakers have frozen part of a state budget that they said was allowing a string of hospital investors to profit unfairly.
Calls to delay decision on controversial Taitung resort project
Lawmakers and activists have urged the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) to delay a decision on the fate of the Shanyuan Palm Beach Resort (杉原棕櫚濱海渡假村) in Taitung County.
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Vatican's Japanese envoy to attend Tsai inauguration
The Holy See is sending its top envoy to Japan to lead a delegation to President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's upcoming inauguration, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Thursday.
DPP accepts 1992 meet, not Consensus
Former premier and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) heavyweight Frank Hsieh (謝長廷) denied media reports on Wednesday that he had said he believed President-elect Tsai Ing-wen would leave out or deny the "1992 Consensus" in her inauguration speech on May 20.
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