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2019-03-12

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS MARCH 12, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 44-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,294 on turnover of 1.8-billion N-T. The market did not move very much on Monday, and stayed in consolidation mode (整合模式). Analysts say investors were still worried about economic growth around the world, especially after disappointing data about jobs in the US. But experts say the outlook (前景、望) is good for Asian markets today. They say strong economic data and rising oil prices will also mean that the Taiex should do well today. ---- E*Vice President to Head Grand Justices Selection Committee Vice President Chen Chien-jen will lead a committee (委員會) to choose candidates for four seats on the Constitutional Court. Presidential Office spokesperson Alex Huang says President Tsai Ing-wen has given her approval for setting up the committee. The group will hold its first meeting tomorrow to get recommendations (建議、推薦) from the public. Former Judicial Yuan presidents Weng Yue-sheng and Lai Ying-zhao will be Chen's deputies (副). The four grand justice seats on the Constitutional Court will become open on September 30th. All nominees (被提名人) will have to be approved by the Legislature before they are appointed (任命、指派) as grand justices in the Constitutional Court. ---- E*Japan Office Hosts Ceremony for 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami The Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association held a ceremony to mark the eight anniversary of the March 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. At the event, Tokyo's top representative to Taiwan thanked the island for its help after the disaster. Mikio Numata says Japan is grateful for Taiwan's donations towards rebuilding, and said then-President Ma Ying-jeou's call for people to support Japan resulted in a donation of more than 187-million U-S dollars. Numata says that move shows the special friendship between Japan and Taiwan, and changed relations between the two sides. The Japanese envoy, Fukushima's Minamisoma City has volunteered to be the host city for Taiwan's athletes during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to show its appreciation for Taiwan's post-disaster assistance (援助、協助). ---- E*UK EU Agree on Brexit Roadblock The UK and the EU have come to an agreement (達成協議) on a major part of the Brexit deal. British Prime Minister Theresa May says new documents will be added to the deal. She says the "legally binding changes" have to do the open border between Britain's Northern Ireland and EU member Ireland. For Brexit, a mechanism (機制) for the open border keeps customs (關稅) between the UK and EU the same, until a permanent new trading relationship is agreed upon (同意、達成協議). May says the new documents ``will guarantee that the EU cannot act with the intent (意圖) of applying the backstop indefinitely (無限期).'' ---- E*Google Payout for Former Exec Accused of Harassment Google paid a a former executive over $30 million US dollars, after a harassment (騷擾) claim against him. AP correspondent Mike Gracia reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*US Warns Germany on 5G Choice The United States is warning Germany that using 5G network equipment from untrustworthy companies could mean allies won't be able to share top secret (絕密) information. The Wall Street Journal reports that the U.S. ambassador to Germany sent a letter to Germany's Economy Minister. The report says the letter specifically (明確,特別) named Chinese tech firm Huawei. Washington has been trying to stop allies from using Huawei equipment for fifth-generation cell networks. The US claims the equipment could be used for spying (間諜、) by the Chinese government. A U.S. embassy spokesperson declined to comment on the contents of the letter. ---- C*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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