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2019-07-05

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS JULY 5, 2019 ---- T*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 9-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,785 on turnover of 981-million N-T. The market climbed Thursday. US indexes hit new highs, with hopes that trade tensions between Washington and Beijing are easing (緩解). ---- T*MND Monitoring Alleged Chinese Submarine Operations Near Matsu The Ministry of National Defense says it closely watches Taiwan's waters and airspace (空域) at all times. This comes after reports that a Chinese submarine was seen in waters near Matsu. Defense officials did not confirm or deny the submarine's presence (存在) near the outlying (邊遠) island. A spokesperson would only say the military "will continue to keep a close eye on (密切關注) Taiwan's sea and land to ensure (確保) its security and will take all necessary responsive measures accordingly." ---- T*Lawmakers Pass Bill on Declassifying Political Files Lawmakers have passed a bill for political files kept by the government from 1945 to 1992. The "political files" are documents related to the 228 Incident, the period of putting down a communist rebellion, and the period of martial law. The bill requires the files to be declassified and archived (存檔). The Transitional Justice Commission says unsealing historical records and revealing historical truths is part of government efforts to bring about (實現、產生) social reconciliation (和解). ---- C*North Korea: Trump tries to undermine peace with sanctions North Korea's UN mission is accusing the Trump administration of being "more and more hell bent (一意孤行)" on hostile acts. This comes three days after the U.S. and North Korean leaders held a historic third meeting. AP correspondent, Karen Chammas. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- France Online Hate Speech Laws Adopted French lawmakers approved requiring social networks to remove hate speech within a limited time. The measure is part of a bill on regulating the internet. Social networks and search engines will have 24 hours to get rid of the hate speech after they find it. The new rules target videos or messages inciting (煽動) or glorifying terrorism, hate, violence, or racist or religious abuse. Those who do not follow the rules would be heavily fined. French President Emmanuel Macron proposed (提出) the law earlier this year. France has seen a rise in anti-Semitism and many are concerned about more extremist (極端主義) language online. ---- SKorea Samsung Announces Earnings turning briefly to business news... Samsung Electronics says its operating profit (營業利潤) for the last quarter likely fell more than 56% from a year earlier. The South Korean tech giant estimated an operating profit of $5.5 billion US dollars for the April-June quarter. The company says revenue (收入) likely fell 4%, but did not give details. It will release a final earnings report later this month. Analysts say falling prices of memory chips are lowering the company's earnings. ---- 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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