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U.S. dollar closes lower on Taipei forex (update)

Taipei-The U.S. dollar fell against the Taiwan dollar, shedding NT$0.011 to close at NT$29.990 on the back of continued seasonal fund demand from Taiwanese exporters as the month comes to an end, dealers said.The weakness of the U.S. dollar also reflec...
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U.S. dollar closes lower on Taipei forex (update)

Taipei-The U.S. dollar fell against the Taiwan dollar, shedding NT$0.011 to close at NT$29.990 on the back of continued seasonal fund demand from Taiwanese exporters as the month comes to an end, dealers said.The weakness of the U.S. dollar also reflec...
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Taiwanese citizen convicted in China on subversion charge (update 2)

Taipei-Taiwanese human rights activist Lee Ming-che (???) was sentenced by a court in China on Tuesday to five years in prison and two years' deprivation of political rights for "subversion of state power."The verdict was handed down by the Yueyang Int...
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Economy still flashing ‘green light’ but momentum weakens

Taipei-The local economy continued to flash a "green light," pointing to steady growth, but momentum weakened with an index gauging economic conditions falling month-on-month in October, the National Development Council (NDC) said Monday.The NDC said t...
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Detained Taiwanese’s wife headed to China for ruling in his case

Taipei-Lee Ching-yu (???), the wife of Taiwanese nongovernmental organization (NGO) worker Lee Ming-che (???) who has been tried in China for subverting the state, will head to China on Monday to hear the verdict in the case in person.China confirmed o...
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Detained Taiwanese’s wife headed to China for ruling in his case

Taipei-Lee Ching-yu (???), the wife of Taiwanese nongovernmental organization (NGO) worker Lee Ming-che (???) who has been tried in China for subverting the state, will head to China on Monday to hear the verdict in the case in person.China confirmed o...
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Taiwan food giant pulls product due to problem ingredient

Taipei-Taiwan-based food giant Uni-President has pulled one of its dietary supplements from its stores over fears that the product was made using an ingredient tainted with radioactive substances, a company spokesman said Saturday.Tu Chung-cheng (???),...
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Without guidance from Wall Street, Taiwan shares end flat

Taipei-Shares in Taiwan closed little changed on Friday as investors had few leads to follow with American markets closed overnight for the Thanksgiving holiday, dealers said.With many foreign institutional investors on the market's sidelines on Friday...
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County councilor calls for protection of endangered wild cat

Taipei-A Miaoli County councilor is pushing for the designation of a conservation area for Taiwan's leopard cat, an endangered endemic wild cat species, following reports that six of the cats have been killed on the county's roads this year.Hu Chung-yu...
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