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Sunday, July 20, 2014
Shipments of Taiwan-made cellphones in the second quarter grew by some 30 percent from both a year earlier and a quarter earlier, driven by local brands' intensive efforts to launch new models, a research report said.
Taiwan may face a higher risk of power outages in 2015 due to the planned decommissioning of two coal-fired plants in August, Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) said.
A Taiwan-sponsored international trade show of parts and components for automobiles and motorcycles opened in Yangon, Myanmar, featuring 97 exhibitors from eight countries.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
The current European flight routes for China Airlines and EVA Air do not lead aircraft through Ukrainian air space, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA, 民航局) said yesterday.
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The Central Weather Bureau (CWB) revealed yesterday that it may soon issue typhoon alerts for the land and sea, as the path of Typhoon Matmo (麥德姆) has been observed to have altered slightly south, bringing it closer to the main island of Taiwan.
Former National Fire Agency (NFA) Director-General Huang Ji-min (黃季敏) was listed as a defendant on corruption charges by the Investigation Bureau yesterday after being summoned for interrogation.
Taiwan -- Taiwan National Conference chair to lead Ko campaign
Former New Party Legislator and incumbent Taiwan National Conference (TNC) Chairman Yao Li-ming (姚立明) yesterday was interviewed by local media for the first time since agreeing to act as independent Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je's (柯文哲) campaign manager.
Employers are obliged to report severe injuries incurred by their employees within eight hours of their occurrence to local inspection offices, based on an amendment to the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
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The Presidential Office denied a report on Friday that first lady Chow Mei-ching (周美青) will visit Kyushu when a National Palace Museum (NPM) exhibition goes on display there in October, saying her trip to Japan remains on hold.
Members of several Taiwanese environmental groups demonstrated outside the Hong Kong representative office in Taipei Friday to express concern over the third runway project at Hong Kong's airport which could threaten the habitat of Chinese white dolphins there.
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