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2019-07-01

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS JULY 1, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 90-points this morning from Friday's close, at 10,821 on turnover of 5.8-billion N-T. The Taiex followed most other markets in the region and closed down on Friday. Turnover was low, with investors waiting for the results (結果) of a meeting between US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jin-ping. They are hoping the meeting will ease (緩解) tensions over trade between Washington and Beijing. ---- E*Flight Attendants Strike Cost EVA Air NT$2.1 billion EVA Airways says the flight attendants strike has cost it $2.1-billion NT over the past 11 days. The airline says it has cancelled 469 domestic and international flights between June 20th and 30th. The airline says other costs related to the strike are still being calculated (計算). There were hopes that the strike could end this week. Union members voted in favor of terms and conditions proposed by EVA Airways this past weekend. But the two sides still disagree on several issues, including the punishment of striking flight attendants by freezing (凍結) raises, not giving year-end bonuses, and other benefits. ---- E*May Chin Slammed Over Aboriginal Leadership Claims Aboriginal groups are criticising Non-Partisan Solidarity Union lawmaker May Chin for saying she represents Taiwan's indigenous peoples. Chin said at a cross-strait summit in Beijing, that Taiwan should follow the "1992 consensus" and "both sides of the Taiwan Strait are part of one China." Now, the Indigenous Youth Front says in an open letter, that Chin does not speak for Taiwan indigenous peoples. They say she is only trying to gain (獲得) approval from Beijing officials. The group says its members are Taiwanese Aborigines, not Chinese minorities. They say aboriginal groups here in Taiwan have not, and will never sign any agreements to give up their sovereign rights (主權). ---- E*EU Divisions Over Top Jobs EU leaders have not been able to (無法) agree on who to choose for the group's top jobs, at an emergency meeting in Brussels. Olly Barratt reports from Brussels. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*HK Protestors Gear Up for Handover Ceremony Hong Kong's leader says recent protests have taught her that she needs to listen better to youth and all people in Hong Kong. Chief Executive Carrie Lam spoke at a ceremony marking the 22nd anniversary of the return of the former (原) British colony to China. She said she has to remind herself all the time that she needs to understand how the public feels and make sure what the government does follows what the people want more closely. Security guards pushed a pro-democracy lawmaker out of the room as she shouted at Lam to resign. Lam has been strongly criticized (批評) for trying to push through new laws that many see has giving up Hong Kong's freedoms to China. ---- E*Germany Sees Record Heat Germany recorded another record-high temperature for June. Officials say the central town of Bad Kreuznach hit at least 38.9 degrees Celsius on Sunday. A later reading showed temperatures climbing to 39.3 degrees Celsius, but the data hasn't been confirmed. Just Wednesday, a high of 38.6 was recorded, beating a June record in Germany that was set in 1947. ---- 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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