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2018-06-11

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 11,168 on turnover of 3.4-billion N-T. ---- T*US official arrives for AIT opening U-S assistant secretary of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Marie Royce is in Taiwan for the opening of the new American Institute in Taiwan compound. The dedication ceremony at compound in Taipei's Neihu District is tomorrow. It Royce's first visit to Taiwan since she started her current (當前、現時) job in March. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says Royce will also meet with govenment officials to talk about Taiwan-US relations, educational and cultural exchanges, and building a good environment for start-ups. ---- T*Survey: Recent grads willing to work overseas A survey says almost 40 percent of recent college or university graduates are willing to work abroad. The poll from 1111 Job Bank found that 38-percent would be interested in working overseas. Their main reasons were higher pay, getting international experience and building a network of contacts abroad. 1111 Job Bank Deputy General Manager Daniel Lee says so many people are willing to work abroad because salaries in Taiwan are lower compared with some other countries. The most popular destinations (目的地) for those wanting to work overseas was China, followed by North America, Japan, Singapore and New Zealand or Australia. ---- T*Antman and the Wasp stars in Taiwan And .... Actors Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly are in Taiwan this week to promote (宣傳) their new superhero movie - "Ant-Man and the Wasp." Lilly arrived on the island late Sunday while Rudd arrived here in Taiwan this morning. Rudd and Lilly are the first stars of a Marvel Pictures superhero movie to visit Taiwan in more than 10-years to hold promotional events. And they're scheduled to hold a press conferance and meet fans this Wednesday. "Ant-Man and the Wasp" will show in Taiwan starting July 4. ---- Germany Merkel on G7 German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the latest G7 summit was a "sobering" and "depressing" experience. She said in an interview that the result of the meeting "wasn't a great thing". Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and the other leaders argued with US President Donald Trump over steel and aluminum tariffs as well as his decision to abandon a deal with Iran to limit its nuclear program. The group did end with a common statement, but Trump backed away from the statement in a tweet after leaving the meeting. Merkel says the European Union would ``act'' against the U.S. trade measures. European leaders see the US tariffs as going against the rules of the World Trade Organization. ---- UK Suffragettes Thousands of women in the UK marched to mark 100 years since the first U.K. women won the right to vote. AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- 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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