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2019-07-09

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS JULY 9, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex Opens Down The Tai-Ex opened down 21 -points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,729 on turnover of 1.3-billion N-T. The markets were mostly lower Monday. Investors were worried about losses in other markets, after the US Federal Reserve looked unlikely (不會、不太可能) to cut interest rates. Most of the selling came from the bellwether electronics sector. It also spread to the old economy and financial stocks, helping the overall market regain some earlier losses. ---- E*US Approves Abrams and Missile Sales to Taiwan The U-S State Department has approved the possible sale of 108 M-1-A-2-T Abrams main battle tanks, Stinger missiles and related equipment to Taiwan. The arms deal is worth about 2.2-billion U-S dollars. The U-S Defense Security Cooperation Agency says the "proposed (提出) sale will contribute to the modernization (現代化)" of Taiwan's "main battle tank fleet, enhancing its ability to meet current and future regional threats and to strengthen its homeland defense." ---- E*EVA Flights to Return to Normal from July 20 EVA Airway says all its flights will be back to normal from July 20th. The airline's flight attendants went on strike on June 20th, but both sides reached a deal on July 6th. The strike will have caused 2,200 flights to be cancelled, and affected 400-thousand passengers (乘客). The Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union says after it reached an agreement with the airline, the 2,060 flight attendants on strike have returned to work. ---- E*CWB Issues High Temperature Alerts The Central Weather Bureau has set a high temperature alerts for parts of the island today. "Orange" high temperature warnings are in affect for Hualian and Taitung. This means temperatures there will be above 36 degrees for three or more days in a row, or over 38 degrees for one day. And a "yellow" high temperature alert has been set for Taipei and new Taipei. This means temperatures in these areas will be more than 36 degrees in a single (單、單一) day. ---- E*Trump ‘won’t deal’ with UK ambassador after email leaks U.S. President Donald Trump says he will no longer deal with the UK's ambassador in Washington. This comes after ambassador Sir Kim Darroch called the Trump administration inept (無能) in emails that were leaked (洩露) to UK media. U.S. correspondent William Denselow reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Vatican Withdraws France Ambassador Diplomatic Immunity The Vatican says it is taking away the diplomatic immunity of its ambassador to France. Archbishop Luigi Ventura is accused of groping (咸豬手、摸) and saying inappropriate things to several men. The French foreign ministry says it has "received confirmation from the Holy See of a waiver of immunity, so Ventura can be properly (正確) investigated. The Paris prosecutor's office is now looking into the alleged sexual agression by the archbishop. ---- E*Mexico Reforestation Program in Honduras Mexico says it will add Honduras to its reforestation program. Mexico will now use $100-million US dollars to plant lumber (木料) and fruit trees in southern Mexico, El Salvador and Honduras. The Honduras president will likely confirm the details of the plan when he visits Mexico this month. It is unclear if Guatemala will also join the program. This is part of the Mexican government's plan to create jobs and slow down migration from Central America. ---- 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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