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Thursday, December 18, 2014
As much as NT$2 billion worth of credit card reward points are confiscated each year as card holders neglect to cash out the reward points, said the Financial Supervisory Committee (FSC).
As much as NT$2 billion worth of credit card reward points are confiscated each year as card holders neglect to cash out the reward points, said the Financial Supervisory Committee (FSC).
Up to 19 Uber drivers have been fined by the Transportation Ministry, and the ministry may enforce fine collections totaling NT$950,000 by year-end, at the earliest.
Tigerair Taiwan, the first Taiwan-based budget carrier to take to the skies with its launch in September, started a new service to Macau on Wednesday amid increasing competition in the low-cost air travel market.
Moviegoers in Taiwan will finally get a chance to see “Blind Massage,” the biggest winner at this year's Golden Horse Awards, when it is released in Taiwan in January, thanks to a new regulation.
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang met central and eastern European leaders Tuesday in a summit to cement Beijing's plans for a new transport network to funnel exports into Europe.
Asustek Computer Inc. (華碩) was once again named the top Taiwanese global brand for the year on an annual list released Wednesday by the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
A biomedical industry and incubation center was inaugurated Tuesday at the Hsinchu Biomedical Science Park to promote development in the growing field.
Academia Sinica forecasts 3.42% GDP growth in 2014
Academia Sinica, the nation's top research institute, made an upward adjustment to Taiwan's GDP growth to 3.42 percent in 2014, and predicted that Taiwan will see 3.38-percent growth in 2015.
Cloud-based receipts useful for class action suits: CPC officials
Experts predict that a paperless society is around the corner, but in Taipei it's probably farther away. Cloud-stored receipts, an ambitious government initiative launched in July 2012, were requested in only 4 percent of reported transactions this year, the Executive Yuan's Consumer Protection Committee (CPC, 行政院消保處) said yesterday.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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