Tsai opens museum for ‘revolutionary’ Su Beng

By Jason Pan / Journalist President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday recalled the lifelong struggles of author and “Taiwanese revolutionary leader” Su Beng (史 明), who advocated for Taiwanese nationalism, during the ceremony. opening of a museum dedicated to Su in the Sinjhuang district of New Taipei. (新 莊). Tsai was …

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PPAP inaugurates Stage 3 of the LM17 terminal

The Autonomous Port of Phnom Penh (PPAP), a river port operator listed on the Cambodia Stock Exchange (CSX), inaugurated on September 20 the development of stage 3, phase I of its LM17 container terminal to meet growth in container throughput. With a total investment of $ 18.4 million, Step 3 …

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Increase in IOF to loans, revolving cards and overdrafts

Temporary increase in the tax on financial transactions (IOF), announced by the government on Thursday (16), This will make the credit transaction tax a bit more expensive. This measure extends the interest rate charged by international financial institutions on credit transactions to individuals and businesses from Monday (20), date of …

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The project says that in order to create robust supply chains, the four countries will determine their semiconductor supply capacities and identify their vulnerability. TOKYO: Leaders from the United States, Japan, India and Australia will agree to take steps to build secure semiconductor supply chains when they meet in Washington …

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Reclaiming lost ground in the Japanese plywood market

KUCHING: Local plywood manufacturers have regained their lost market share to their closest Indonesian competitors in the main Japanese market. In the first half of 2021 (H1 2021), Japan imported 419,600 m3 of plywood from Malaysia against 336,700 m3 from Indonesia. This gave Malaysia a net lead of 82,900 m3, …

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