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Disappointing October sales send Acer, Asustek shares lower

Taipei, Shares of Acer Inc. and Asustek Computer Inc., two of the leading PC brands in Taiwan, moved lower Monday, underperforming the broader market after the two companies reported disappointing sales for October last week, analysts said.The fall in ...
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LGBT rights activist praise Taiwan as ‘Island of Hope’

Taipei, Omar Sharif Jr., an Egyptian activist fighting for the rights of the LGBT community, on Saturday praised Taiwan as an "Island of Hope" for its push to legalize same-sex marriages, saying that marriage equality will only make a country stronger....
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China to Give $150 million in Aid to El Salvador as Relationship Deepens

SAN SALVADOR China will give El Salvador $150 million to spur development of social and technological projects, the Salvadoran president said on Wednesday, the latest sign of deepening ties between the countries that has alarmed the United States.Salv...
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China to Give $150 million in Aid to El Salvador as Relationship Deepens

SAN SALVADOR China will give El Salvador $150 million to spur development of social and technological projects, the Salvadoran president said on Wednesday, the latest sign of deepening ties between the countries that has alarmed the United States.Salv...
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Canadian film festival to show Taiwan film at opening gala

Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival (Reel Asian) starts in Canada on Thursday and will feature the Taiwanese film "Dear Ex" as part of its opening night gala, according to the festival's website.The film's director Hsu Yu-ting (???) noted at...
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Canadian film festival to show Taiwan film at opening gala

Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival (Reel Asian) starts in Canada on Thursday and will feature the Taiwanese film "Dear Ex" as part of its opening night gala, according to the festival's website.The film's director Hsu Yu-ting (???) noted at...
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Customs warn of ASF threat from online shopping

Taipei, With the approach of an annual online shopping event, the Customs Administration urged the public and express delivery businesses Wednesday to declare goods honestly to prevent African swine fever (ASF) in the wake of an increase in interceptio...
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Fishermen protest against stiffer fines under new laws

Taipei, Over 2,000 fishermen from Yilan and Pingtung staged a protest in Taipei Tuesday to express their discontent with what they consider to be overly stiff fines for violating three of Taiwan's amended fisheries laws.The protesters rallied in front ...
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Japanese manufacturer to fix Puyuma train design flaw: TRA

Taipei, The Japanese manufacturer of the Puyuma train model involved in a deadly derailment on Oct. 21 has promised to immediately fix a design flaw exposed by the crash, the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) said Monday.Following the accident, it w...
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