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80% workers would keep office romances secret: poll

<p>Taipei-While 70 percent of office workers expressed a positive view of office romances, nearly 80 percent would keep such relationships secret, a survey by the online job bank yes123 showed Sunday.</p><p></p><p>The declared reasons to not make such romances public …</p>
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Taiwan’s satellite operating smoothly: director

<p>Los Angeles- FormoSat-5, Taiwan's first domestically developed satellite, is operating smoothly after being in orbit for a day, an official from Taiwan's National Space Organization (NSPO) said in the United States Friday.</p><p></p><p>Communication between...
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President touts Taiwan’s efforts to maintain regional stability

<p>Taipei-President Tsai Ing-wen (???) said Friday that Taiwan's efforts to build military aircraft and vessels on its own are helpful to maintaining stability and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region.</p><p></p><p>As a responsible stakeholder in regional sec...
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Taiwan’s industrial production grows for 3rd straight month (update)

<p>Taipei-Taiwan's industrial production rose year-on-year for the third consecutive month in July on the back of strong global demand for electronic gadgets as the world's economy remained on a recovery track, statistics from the Ministry of Economic Affairs ...
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Taiwan seeks Philippine help to extradite fugitive

<p>Taipei-Taiwan has asked authorities in the Philippines to arrest and extradite Chen Yu-hao (???), one of Taiwan's most-wanted fugitives, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) spokeswoman Eleanor Wang (???) said on Wednesday.</p><p></p><p>The ministry and the T...
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Taiwan partners with Vietnamese university on scientific research

<p>Taipei-The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Vietnam has signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Economics University in Hanoi to study climate change and its implications for the two countries, Taiwan's Ministry of Education said...
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Taiwan’s economy forecast to grow 2.27% in 2018

<p>Taipei--Taiwan's gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow 2.27 percent in 2018, the highest increase in four years, largely on the back of increasing government investments, according to the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (...
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CPC chairman’s resignation approved

<p>Taipei--Premier Lin Chuan (??) on Friday approved the resignation of state-owned CPC Corp, Taiwan (CPC) Chairman Chen Chin-de (???) to take responsibility for a massive blackout earlier this week, Cabinet spokesman Hsu Kuo-yung (???) announced.</p><p></p><p...
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Cabinet approves government’s 2018 budget

<p>Taipei--The Cabinet has approved the government's 2018 budget proposal, which shows expenditure of NT$1.985 trillion (US$65.49 billion) and revenue of NT$1.8904 trillion, Cabinet spokesman Hsu Kuo-yung (???) said Thursday.</p><p></p><p>High on the governmen...
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