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About 94 percent of employees in Taiwan are considering searching for a new job, indicating rigid new work rules as a major reason, a survey released by Taiwan's 1111 Job Bank showed on Friday.
DPRK's economy grew at 3.9 percent last year, the fastest pace since 1999, despite the country facing international sanctions amid its attempt in pursuing nuclear weapons, South Korea's central bank said on Friday.
Typhoon Talas, which hit Vietnam's central provinces Monday, has left eight people dead and four others missing.
A Japanese campaign group whose members include lawyers and academics called on Wednesday for a change in psychiatric hospitals' practice of putting patients under prolonged restraint after the death of a New Zealand man.
New Zealand Customs Minister Tim Macindoe on Tuesday welcomed the signing of a customs cooperation agreement with the European Union (EU) in Brussels overnight.