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2019-06-06

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS JUNE 6, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex Opens Down The Tai-Ex opened down 51-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,409 on turnover of 2.8-billion N-T. The market moved higher, but gains were not large. Demand around the world was still limited (有限) because investors are worried that the trade war between the US and China would continue. The bellwether electronics sector helped the market climb higher, but many tech stocks still lost a lot of value later in the session.. Buyers were reacting to a major sell-off in recent (最近) trading sessions. ---- E*US Readies Arms Sales to Taiwan Reports say the US government is preparing to sell arms to Taiwan. The Pentagon and State Department have informally (非正式地) notified (通知) Taiwan of a $2-billion dollar arms deal. The package includes M1A2 tanks, anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles. But the notification does not include F-16 jet fighters. The sale of the jet fighters is still going through State Department and Pentagon review. Next, the US will give a formal and public notification to Taiwan. That will likely be approved within (內、中) the normal 30-day review process. ---- E*DPP Chairman Calls for Respect for Party Primary Mechanisms D-P-P Chairman Zhuo Rong-tai wants partly members to stop fighting about the grou's presidential candidate. Zhuo spoke after a Central Standing Committee meeting, and said members should have faith (信心) in the presidential primary, the steps for which have been carefully reviewed (復審、檢閱). He says members should stop hurting each other and stop attacking the party's two 2020 candidates, President Tsai Ing-wen and former Premier William Lai. This comes after a group of pro-independence party members asked Tsai to step-aside. The D-P-P is slated to hold its only televised policy presentation June 8-th. It will then hold a public poll from June 10-14. ---- E*Sudan Military Ready to Resume Negotitations Sudan's military council has said it is ready to restart talks with the opposition. This comes after the military used force to stop pro-democracy protesters, leaving one hundred people dead across the country. Leon Ssenyange reports from Kampala. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Mexico Blocks Migrant Advance Around 200 military police, immigration agents, and federal police stopped about 1000 Central American migrants from walking north through Mexico. The migrants (移民), including women and children, were headed for Tapachula, but officials stopped them about 18 km from the city. Officials later said about 420 migrants agreed to be taken to a migrant detention (拘留) center in Tapachula. The government says it will help the migrants go back to their home countries. ---- 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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