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Thursday, November 20, 2014
Independent Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) admitted to a verbal pact with the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) yesterday by saying that the deal was for him to join the DPP magisterial and mayoral alliance to discuss policies if he wins the election.
Taiwan -- Delays in goods pact with the mainland may hurt local wages: Duh
Taiwan's economics minister warned Wednesday that a failure to sign a trade-in-goods agreement with China could hurt the local job market and drive Taiwan's low wages even further down.
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Taiwan -- Gov't to turn Keelung into 'Baltimore of Taiwan'
e government yesterday announced a grand plan to give Keelung Harbor a makeover, which will relocate military docks on the east side to make way for a new tourist attraction.
Taiwan -- A force to defeat perceived stagnation in Tainan: Huang Hsiu-shuang
Tainan City mayoral candidate Huang Hsiu-shuang (黃秀霜) is best characterized by her rookie status in the political scene. Undaunted by her lack of experience and track record in public service, Huang stressed that her greatest asset is her blank slate, and that she is motivated only by the singular drive to improve Tainan.
Zhen Que (真鍋事業股份有限公司) and Cheng Kang Provisions Limited Liability Company (呈康食品有限公司) were discovered to have been repackaging food products and altering the expiration dates on expired food products before selling them to major retailers such as Pxmart (全聯), Taisuco (台糖), RT-Mart (大潤發), OK Mart and Mr. Brown Cafe (伯朗咖啡館), according to the Taoyuan Public Health Bureau.
Taiwan -- Class action suit over tainted oil to be filed before Dec.
The Executive Yuan will work with the Consumers' Foundation (CF) and the Consumer Protection Association of Taiwan (CPAT) to support consumers who were affected by the tainted oil scandal and file a class action lawsuit on their behalf before the end of November, said Department of Consumer Protection Director-General Liu Chin-fang (劉清芳) yesterday.
Reports indicate that following his appointment to take the chairmanship of Wei Chuan Food Co. (味全), Jason Lee (李鳳翱) on Nov. 16 relayed his intention to step down from his position as the honorary chairman of the Consumers' Foundation (消基會).
The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) said Wednesday that it will review a case in which a man was sentenced to life imprisonment a day earlier for repeatedly raping the daughter of his partner and later murdering her.
Taiwan's top financial regulator has relaxed restrictions on the business scope of offshore banking units (OBUs) of local banks and offshore securities units (OSUs) of local brokerages in a bid to boost turnover of the local market.
Taipei Metro on Wednesday released the latest route map designed for cellphones to help users traverse the expanded network that now includes the new semicircular Songshan Line.
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