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2017-03-09

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10AM Easy EZ News Intro

Good morning. It's 10 o'clock. I'm ______ and it's time for Easy EZ News on
ICRT.

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T*Taiex update

The Tai-Ex opened down 13-points this morning from yesterday's close, at
9,740 on turnover of 1.8-billion N-T.

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T*President vows to boost women's career opportunities

President Tsai Ing-wen says the government will help create more jobs for
women.

Tsai said this at an event in Taipei celebrating International Women's Day.

The president says she will work to end gender discrimination (性別歧視) and
support women in the workplace so they can choose any job they like.

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T*US confirms "one China" support

The US government says it still supports the "one China" policy.

State Department spokesperson Mark Toner says U-S Secretary of State Rex
Tillerson said this when he started his job.

Toner says U-S President Donald Trump also agreed to this during a phone call
with Chinese President Xi Jin-ping.

The spokesperson says the U-S still encourages Beijing and Taipei to talk and
find a peaceful solution (解答).

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T*Lost gold returned to owner

And .... 

280-grams of lost gold was returned to its owner in Taitung City.

Police say a man found the gold in a paper box in a parking lot, and handed
the box in to police.

They say a train ticket was also in the box, and police asked the Taitung
Railway Station for help.

The owner is a 60-year-old woman who accidentally left the box in the parking
lot when she was moving house (搬家).

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Iraqi forces advance on Mosul

The Iraqi army is retaking (奪回) important parts of the city of Mosul.

Our U.S. correspondent Priscilla Huff has an update:

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China approves Trump trademark

China is giving preliminary (初步) approval for 38 new Trump trademarks
(商標).

The trademarks cover things like hotels, golf clubs, and bodyguard and
concierge services.
 
U-S President Donald Trump's lawyers applied for the marks in April 2016.

That was when Trump was campaigning to be president, and accused China of
stealing U-S jobs and manipulating money.
 
Most of the new trademarks are in Trump's own name.

Ethics lawyers say if Trump gets any special treatment (特別待遇), it would
go against the U-S Constitution.

The constitution says public servants are not allowed to accept anything
valuable from foreign governments, unless Congress approves (批准).

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10AM Easy EZ News Outro

That's it for Easy EZ News today. 

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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