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2018-05-15

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Taiex update The Tai-Ex opened up 12-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,965 on turnover of 2.4-billion N-T. ---- T*Cabinet proposes wage raising measures The Cabinet has proposed some ways to raise wages. These include raising minimum pay for government employees to $30,000 NT per month, raising the minimum hourly wage from $140 to 150 NT, and encouraging the private sector to also raise wages. Premier William Lai says government employees with low pay will see their pay rise next year. The Cabinet is also encouraging listed companies to raise their minimum pay to 30,000 N-T per month. And it is looking over rules that would bar (阻擋、禁止) businesses from bidding for government contracts if their employees earn less than $30,000 NT per month. ---- T*3rd Nuclear plant reactor restart approved One of the reactors at the Third Nuclear Power Plant will be restarted. The Atomic Energy Council approved the request from Tai-Power. The number one reactor at the plant in Pingtung County was shut down for repairs on April 3rd. Tai-Power says the reactor will be restarted today, and the power plant will be back to its full generating capacity (容量). ---- T*Heping rock formation naming contest And .... Heping Island Park will reopen in July. The park, near Keelung harbor, has been closed for over six years, and tourists were banned, after several cases of rockfalls. Now, the Tourism Bureau is holding a contest to name 10 unique rock formations (構成) in the park. Voters will choose one out of two suggested names for the formations. ---- US First lady surgery US First Lady Melania Trump has had kidney surgery. Kate Fisher reports from Washington < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Costa Rica gender ID People in Costa Rica will be allowed to change their registered name to fit their gender identity. The country's supreme court approved the resolution (決議案) for the change. The decision also means that the gender a person is born with will not appear on his or her identification. The change is trying to stop discrimination against people who change their gender identity. ---- Mexico misplaced money Mexico's banking system lost $18-to-20-million US dollars in electronic transfers between banks. Officials say they're not sure if the problem was caused by hackers, insiders, or errors. They found the problem after software vulnerabilities (漏洞) were found at three banks on April 27th. The banks themselves will likely pay for the missing money. ---- 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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