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Scuffles erupt over Taiwan-China trade pact

Dozens of Taiwanese scuffled with police Wednesday in the rowdiest demonstration yet against a new trade agreement with China.Full story

HTC warns of third-quarter revenue slide, turnaround prospects bleak

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's HTC Corp said third-quarter revenue could fall as much as 30 percent from the previous three months, far worse than expected and underscoring deepening troubles for a smartphone maker with little prospect of an immediate turnaround. Full story

Taiwan names new fin regulator, defense minister in reshuffle

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's top financial regulator and its defense minister have stepped down, the premier said on Monday, as part of a reshuffle that analysts say is aimed at boosting President Ma Ying-jeou's increasingly poor popularity ratings. Full story

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