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2019-07-10

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS JULY 10, 2019 ---- T*Tai-Ex Opens Up The Tai-Ex opened up 20-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,723 on turnover of 1.3-billion N-T. The market continued falling yesterday. Apple suppliers were under pressure with many investors worried about slowing iPhone shipments. Analysts say investors were also worried that stronger US jobs data meant that the US Federal Reserve would not cut interest rates anytime soon (最近、近期). ---- T*Tsai to Transit in New York and Denver on Caribbean Visit The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms that the president will transit in New York and Denver when she goes on a 12-day state visit to the Caribbean. President Tsai Ing-wen will visit Haiti, Saint Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Saint Lucia. The trip is being called the "Tour for Freedom, Democracy and Sustainability (可持續性)." Tsai will stopover in New York heading to the Caribbean. The foreign ministry has not given any details of Tsai's schedule while in the city. And she will make a stopover in Denver on July 19 before returning to Taiwan. When she gets back to Taiwan, Tsai is expected to meet the press to share the results (結果、成果) of the state visits to the four Caribbean allies. ---- T*Alishan Forest Railway Becomes "Significant" Heritage Site The Alishan Forest Railway has been named a "significant cultural landscape (景觀)" under the Cultural Heritage Preservation Act. Culture Minister Cheng Li-jun says her office did this to try to get world heritage status (地位) for the railway. Parts of the mountain railway line has been running since it was finished in 1912. ---- UK Prez Hopefuls Clash on Bexit The two men hoping to be the next UK Prime Minister disagree about Brexit and how to handle a disagreement with the United States. Olly Barratt reports from London. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Brazil Vale Convicted for Dam Rupture Brazilian mining giant Vale SA has been convicted for a failed dam that sent a wave of mining waste through a community, killing 300 people in January. The judge on the case ordered Vale to pay for repairing (修復) ``all the damages caused by the tragedy.'' He did not set a specific amount for the company to pay. Instead, he says all costs will be related to the deaths, and damage to the environment and local economy. The judge maintained (保持) a freeze on $2.9 billion US dollars in Vale assets (資產). ---- UN: Climate Change Undermining Anti-poverty Efforts A UN report says the world will not be able to end extreme poverty by 2030. Ending extreme poverty is one of 17 UN goals that the United Nations wants to achieve (實現、達到) by the year 2030. This latest report does show progress, such as a 49% decline in child mortality (死亡) between 2000 and 2017, and electricity now reaching nearly 90% of the world's population. But it also finds that hunger is growing. UN Undersecretary-General Liu Zhenmin says the most urgent issue is climate change, which he says ``may impact the progress made'' in reducing (減少) poverty. He says another big challenge is reducing inequality. ---- 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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