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Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:38
EUROPEAN UNION. Tougher asylum rules sought. The European Commission on Wednesday proposed tougher border controls and streamlined procedures for expelling rejected asylum seekers as critics said that its migration reform plan was an appeasement to some member states.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:38
Wildlife keeper Tran Van Truong gently takes a curled-up pangolin into his arms, comforting the shy creature rescued months earlier from traffickers in Vietnam. Life remains precarious for the world’s most trafficked mammal ,despite the country’s renewed vow to crack down on the illegal wildlife trade that many blame for the COVID-19 pandemic. Arrests, prosecutions and wildlife seizures are up in Vietnam, but conservationists say that corruption and patchy law enforcement mean that the scourge of trafficking continues. Truong works at a center in Vietnam’s Cuc Phuong National Park run by Save Vietnam’s Wildlife — a group that within the past six.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:38
Nearly 40 Maori academics are calling for a national inquiry into racism at New Zealand universities, saying discrimination against Maori students and teachers is ingrained and endemic. Margaret Mutu is a Maori studies professor at Auckland University and said institutional racism against students and teachers, and in the curriculum and the way it is delivered, has beleaguered the sector for decades. "There has always been resistance to including anything Maori," Mutu said. "Especially those aspects of Maori knowledge and scholarship that may challenge the applicability of Eurocentric knowledge and scholarship to Maori and our world views," she added. Thirty-seven Maori academics from eight universities.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:37
Rising star Tyler Herro on Wednesday scored a career-high 37 points and Jimmy Butler chipped in 24 as the Miami Heat seized command of the Eastern Conference final series with a 112-109 win. The 20-year-old rookie Herro made five of 10 threes as Miami took a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series in the NBA’s quarantine bubble in Orlando, Florida. "It is a good win for us.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:37
Frank Lampard on Wednesday said that Kai Havertz is just getting started after opening his Chelsea account with a hat-trick in a 6-0 thrashing of Barnsley, while Arsenal also booked their place in the EFL Cup fourth round with a 2-0 win at Leicester City. Havertz had struggled to make an impact in his first two Premier League games since sealing a reported £71 million (US$91 million) move from Bayer 04 Leverkusen as the most expensive signing of Chelsea’s £200 million spending spree in the transfer market. The 21-year-old German was one of just three players to retain his place from Sunday’s.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:36
Chunghwa Precision Test Technology Co (CHPT, 中華精測), a supplier of probe cards used for silicon wafer testing, is cautiously optimistic about its business outlook for next year, bolstered by robust demand for vertical probe cards (VPC) and testing demand for high-performance-computing (HPC) chips, a company official said yesterday. Revenue from the high-margin VPC business is expected to grow by a double-digit percentage next year compared with this year, which would boost VPC’s contribution to more than 25 percent of overall revenue, CHPT president Scott Huang (黃水可) told reporters on the sidelines of a media briefing in Taipei. The company reported NT$1.06 billion.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:36
There are worrying signs that China is on the brink of a major food shortage, which might trigger a strategic contest over food security and push Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平), already under intense pressure, toward drastic measures, potentially spelling trouble for Taiwan and the rest of the world. China has encountered a perfect storm of disasters this year.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:36
ECONOMY. M1B grows 10.96 percent. Last month’s M1B — a measure of money in circulation — grew 10.96 percent year-on-year, outpacing July’s annual increase of 10.3 percent, while M2 — which includes M1B, time deposits, foreign-currency deposits and mutual funds — rose 6.69 percent, compared with 5.89 percent a month earlier, the central bank said yesterday.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:36
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) is considering easing requirements on secondary public offerings, disclosing more pre-market trading information and allowing the establishment of Web-only securities companies in a bid to boost the nation’s capital market, the commission said yesterday. The commission would consider easing regulations for publicly traded biotech companies that raised capital through private placements, allowing investors to sell their shares in the open market even though the firms have not turned a profit, it said. Under current rules, investors in private placements cannot sell the companies’ shares within three years following the delivery of the securities and cannot sell the.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:36
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (鴻海精密) and Adlink Technology Inc (凌華科技) have formed a robotic venture that aims to use "swarm technology" to create robots that can communicate with one another on the factory floor to optimize production efficiency. Hon Hai is Apple Inc’s leading iPhone assembler and the world’s largest contract electronics maker, while Adlink supplies industrial computers and Internet of Things solutions. Through a subsidiary, Hyield Venture Capital Co (鴻揚創投), Hon Hai holds a 51 percent stake in autonomous mobile robot (AMR) developer FARobot (法博智能移動), while Adlink owns the remaining 49 percent.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/24/2020 12:36
India’s telecom price war is back, and this time the battle is being fought with freebies. After announcing last year the first tariff increase in three years, telecoms are offering incentives such as subscriptions to services from Netflix to Amazon Prime to win customers in a content hungry market. With theaters in India, among the biggest film markets globally by number of tickets sold, closed due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, the demand for entertainment content has shifted online. Several big-budget local films have been released on streaming platforms this year. On Tuesday, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd, the nation’s biggest telecom by subscribers, launched.

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