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Monday, September 29, 2014
Approximately 8,000 people rallied by an educare graduates organization, the National 40,000 Educare Self-Help Association (全國4萬教保員自救會), hit the streets yesterday in support of the right for trained educators to teach kindergarten classes (幼教班) without earning specialized certification for preschool education.
Taiwan -- Taiwan takes golf team gold in Incheon
Team Taiwan got a boost from the victory of Pan Cheng-tsung in men's individual golf to snatch a gold medal in the team event Sunday at the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.
Reports indicate that the Ministry of Labor (MOL) is poised to raise the Labor Insurance premium by 0.5 percent to reach 10 percent, effective next year.
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The Council of Agriculture said Sunday production value of groupers has increased this year, even though a Liberty Times opinion piece a day earlier said exports of the fish have fallen.
Taiwan -- Taiwan, S. Korea may sign investment treaty 'soon'
Taiwan and South Korea may soon be sealing the deal on the bilateral investment agreement that has been under negotiation for over two years, said South Korea's representative to Taiwan Cho Baek-sang (趙百相) yesterday.
The relationship between Taiwan and China is one worth emulating by North and South Korea, South Korea's representative to Taiwan said during a two-day trip to outlying Kinmen County.
The growing shipment mix of Apple Inc.'s 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus is likely to become a positive driver for sales at Taiwanese metal casing manufacturer Foxconn Technology Co., U.S. brokerage Morgan Stanley has predicted.
President Ma Ying-jeou said he will continue to create conditions favorable for a meeting between him and Chinese President Xi Jinping, but will not “over-push” it.
Taiwan-based Acer Inc.'s notebook-tablet hybrid device has received several positive reviews from media and technology experts since its launch in April this year.
More than 300 design companies from 13 countries and regions have shown interest in a project to build a third terminal at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, an airport executive said Thursday.
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