Thursday, November 27, 2014
The Taipei District Prosecutors Office (TDPO, 台灣台北地方法院檢察署) yesterday held a hearing over the wiretapping that targeted independent Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je (柯文哲).
Ting Hsin International Group (頂新集團) is under growing financial pressure and may be forced to liquidate its assets after banks tighten money supply to the company, Ting Hsin said in a statement released yesterday.
Campaign staff for Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu (陳菊), who is seeking re-election, held a press conference yesterday, saying that the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) spread false rumors concerning the bribery charge that Chen accused then-KMT Kaohsiung ........
As citizens put more emphasis on food safety, the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MHW) plans to conduct inspections on major food necessities such as sugar, salt and soy sauce next year, and the program will start with the inspection of 22 .........
China played up Taiwan's internal fears of falling far behind South Korea Wednesday when the Taiwan Affairs Office (國台辦) warned that Taiwanese businesses will not be able to match Korean rivals in the Chinese market unless cross-strait pacts move forward soon.
A free trade agreement (FTA) between China and South Korea could cost Taiwan more than NT$10 billion (US$324 million) in textile exports per year, the Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) said Wednesday.
National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism (NKUHT) Professor Chen Chien-hao (陳千浩) was transferred to the Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office (KDPO) yesterday for allegedly shooting an arrow at a fisherman surnamed Hsiao (蕭) on Friday.
Taiwan is closely monitoring the situation in the U.S. state of Missouri in the wake of violent protests following a controversial ruling Monday when a grand jury did not indict a white police officer who killed an African-American teen.
Taiwan has downgraded its travel alert for Beijing in light of the fact that there have been no new cases of H7N9 avian influenza in the city for a month.
The National Communications Commission (NCC) revealed yesterday that it will cease enforcement of certain policies pertaining to the Radio and Television Act that require all programs to gain the express permission of authorities before being imported or exported, saying that these regulations are contrary to the spirit of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).