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Bill passed to cut civil servants' retirement benefits

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - A bill that will dramatically cut the retirement benefits of Taiwan's civil servants cleared the Legislative Yuan on Tuesday and is scheduled to take effect in July 2018.

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The EU just fined Google a record 2.42 billion euros

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - Tech giant used its dominance to unfairly promote its own shopping comparison service over rivals, court says.

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Taiwan chafes at government rules on English learning: poll

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - Government rules for how and when English is taught are proving highly unpopular, according to a poll released Sunday.

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EU-Japan FTA prompts fear of economic isolation

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - Local business lobbies and scholars are expressing concern about Taiwan's potential economic isolation following reports that ...

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Don't let the scorching heat keep you from your outdoor fitness goals

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - Working out in the heat has its risks, including dehydration, heat stroke, dizziness and even death if body temperatures rise ...

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Let these fruits sit out for extra flavor

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - Taiwan is acclaimed for its delicious fruits. According to the Council of Agriculture, some fruits are sweeter if you let them ...

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US Supreme Court partially unblocks Trump travel ban on six countries

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - Court is allowing authorities to partially enforce Trump's ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority nations until its nine justices review the executive order later this year.

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SinoPac chairman resigns after two weeks in office

(ChinaPost.com.tw) - SinoPac Financial Holding Co. (永豐金控) Chairman Chiu Cheng-hsiung (邱正雄) announced Monday he was resigning from the post he assumed earlier this month after his predecessor was accused of extending illegal loans.

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Trump Administration Warns Assad Would Pay 'Heavy Price' for Another Chemical Attack

The White House said the U.S. had detected what may be preparations by the Syrian government for a chemical-weapons attack and warned that the country’s ruler and military would “pay a heavy price” if they carried out a strike.

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Anxious Investors Try to Hedge Against a Big Selloff, Even as Good Times Roll

Stock volatility is near an all-time low and corporate profits have bounced back from a year ago, but investors are increasingly moving to protect ...

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China's All-Seeing Surveillance State Is Reading Its Citizens' Faces

Facial-recognition systems crunch data from ubiquitous cameras in a vast social-engineering experiment. Petty offenders face public shaming.

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Is This a Leverage Problem: $73 Billion in Chinese Loans to HNA?

Whether or not the ties between banks and companies like HNA amount to systemic risk, it’s clear the relationships are complex

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For Sale: Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico, strapped for cash, is seeking private bidders to run and share in revenues from seaports, highways, airports, parking and other public services—a move critics say is short-sighted.

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Steel Yourself for Trump's Anti-Trade Moves

Global trade’s in trouble, and investors don’t seem to care. One of the ironies of the election of a nationalist in the U.S. is that it coincided with what looked like a recovery in global trade.

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Strains Emerge as China's Dollar Debt Piles Up

A fall in the price of bonds issued by China’s largest property developer, China Evergrande, last week is adding to strains in the market even as Chinese companies continue to pile up a mountain of dollar-denominated debt this year.

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China's Best Logistics Files for U.S. IPO

A Chinese logistics company backed by technology giants Alibaba Group Holding and Foxconn Technology Group filed for an initial public offering in ...

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Koch Donors Gather to Plan for Midterms

At a retreat for top donors this weekend, the political network founded by the billionaire Koch brothers laid out its goals leading up to the 2018 ...

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Senators Lay Out Demands on Health Bill

Senate Republican leaders pushing for a health-care vote this week juggled objections from all corners of the GOP caucus over the weekend, with issues such as Medicaid and insurance regulations remaining key holdups.

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