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2018-04-09

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 58.61 points this morning from last week's close, at 10,880 on turnover of $3.94 -billion N-T. ---- T*Former president Ma to fly to U.S. on Monday for five-day trip Former President Ma Ying-jeou will fly from Taiwan to San Francisco today for a five-day trip to the United States. Tomorrow, Ma will visit the city's Chinatown, and attend a banquet (宴會) hosted by overseas Taiwanese. The former president will give a speech at Stanford University on Wednesday. Ma will the visit the headquarters of Tesla and Google on Thursday, and fly back to Taiwan on Friday. (NS) ---- T*Hon Hai continues to top tablet computer shipment list in Q4 A market information company says Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry is still the world's number one maker of shipping tablet computers in the fourth quarter of last year. The report from International Data Corporation says Hon Hai made 25 percent of the world's slate tablet shipments (出貨量) and 43 percent of detachable tablet shipments during the October-December period. Meanwhile, Taiwan-based Pegatron was second on the detachable tablet shipment list with a 19 percent share. (NS) ---- US Syria US President Donald Trump says Syrian leader Bashar al Assad has a "big price to pay" (付出代價) after reports that the Syrian army has again used chemical weapons. Our US Correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Canada pipeline suspension A US-based company is stopping work and spending on its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. The project by Kinder Morgan would increase the number of oil tankers (油船) traveling in waters between Canda and Washington state. The company says it is halting work because the British Colombia government is against the project. Groups against the project say it would bring higher risk of oil spills and harm to fish, orcas and other wildlife. ---- NKorea marathon Hundreds of foreign runners joined the Pyongyang marathon in North Korea on Sunday. About 400 foreign amateurs took part this year. That's less than half the number that came last year. They came from approximately 43 countries and territories around the world. Disabled people were allowed to join in for the first time. ---- News Outro That was the I-C-R-T news Check in again tomorrow for our simplified version of the news, uploaded every day in the afternoon. Enjoy the rest of your day, I'm ____. ----
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