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2019-10-01

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS OCTOBER 1, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 25-points this morning from last Friday's close, at 10,855 on turnover of 5.7-billion N-T. The market was closed yesterday due to Typhoon Mitag. But it moved lower last Friday because investors were worried about trade friction (磨擦) between the United States and China. These worries offset (抵消) the gains posted by contract chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing. And analysts say although Washington and Beijing are set to resume high-level negotiations in the U-S on October 10, investors are still taking wait-and-see attitude and lowering their stock holdings in favor of cash. ---- E*CWB to Lift Typhoon Mitag Sea Warning The Central Weather Bureau says it will lift its sea warning for Typhoon Mitag at 11:30 this morning. The storm is currently located some 260-kilometers north-northeast of Keelung and moving in a northerly direction at 18-kilometers-an-hour. The bureau says if the storm continues on its current projected (預計) path Mitag will skirt China's Zhe-Jiang Province today before turning northeast to move into the Korea Strait and threaten South Korea and Japan. However, heavy rain warnings remain (仍) in affect for Keelung, Taipei, New Taipei, Yilan, Taoyuan and Hsinchu County. ---- E*VP to Visit Vatican Vice President Chen Jien-ren will visit the Vatican in the coming weeks. The Presidential Office say an announcement about the dates of Chen's trip will be released in the coming hour. It will be Chen's third trip to the Vatican in his official role as Vice President. Chen visited the Vatican in October of last year, when he led a delegation to the canonization of Pope John Paul VI. During that trip, he also participated in mass to pray for Taiwan and world peace at the Chapel of the Choir in St. Peter's Basilica. Before that, Chen visited the Holy See in September of 2016, when he attended the canonization (冊封)ceremony of Mother Teresa. ---- E*Trump asked Australian PM to help probe into Mueller investigation The New York Times is reporting that U-S President Trump asked the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to help investigate the origins (起源) of Robert Mueller's inquiry into ties between the Trump campaign and the Russians. Washington Correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*China Prepares for 70 Year Parade China's ruling Communist Party is preparing to celebrate its 70th anniversary in power with a parade. Today's event marks the anniversary of the Oct. 1, 1949, announcement of the founding of the People's Republic of China by then-leader Mao Zedong. The parade through central Beijing will include 15,000 troops and more than 160 aircraft. President Xi Jinping is scheduled to speak at the event. Chinese news reports say the parade may show a new long-range nuclear-armed missile and a supersonic drone aircraft. This comes amid ongoing protests in Hong Kong, where thousands of people were expected to take to the streets against what they say is increasing control by Beijing. ---- E*Japan Raises National Sales Tax Japan has raised its national sales tax to 10% from 8%, but some are worried that it could cut into growth. Government officials say measures have been taken to minimize the effect of the long delayed (長時間延遲) tax hike, which took effect Tuesday. The increase covers most goods and services from clothes, electronics to transportation and medical fees. ---- 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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