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Insider trading allegations
Chen Ching-tsai, a member of the Control Yuan, shows a document at a press conference Wednesday, Dec. 7, to defend himself against insider trading allegations.
 
Former Legislative Speaker Liu Sung-fan (劉松藩) died overseas on Nov. 18 at age 84, his younger brother Liu Sung-ling revealed on Wednesday.
 
Under the effects of seasonal northeasterly winds, areas across Taiwan can expect to see cool weather early Thursday morning, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said.
 
Half of the sauces checked during recent government inspections were not labeled properly, according to results published by the Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday.
 
Yang Dai-kang to sign four-year one billion yen deal with Japanese team: report
Taiwanese baseball player Yang Dai-kang (陽岱鋼) has agreed to sign with the Yomiuri Giants, under a four-year one billion yen deal, according to Japanese media report on Wednesday.
 
7 holidays to be eliminated next year
Amendments to the Labor Standards Act passed a third legislative reading on Tuesday, after a day of gridlocked legislative proceedings that saw lawmakers wrangling to occupy the podium.
 
No major changes to US policy 'at this point,' says ex-Cheney adviser
A visiting former White House official said Tuesday that there is no reason for Taiwan to anticipate any major changes in U.S. policy following Friday's historic phone call between U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and President Tsai Ing-wen.
 
Activists despondent as labor bill passes
Hundreds of protesters performed funeral rites outside the Legislative Yuan on Tuesday evening, symbolizing the "death of democracy," as lawmakers passed a labor bill that eliminates seven statutory holidays for private sector workers.
 
Gov't is 'turning its back on  innovation,' says Uber boss
Taiwan risks "going backward" if it fails to embrace new technologies, Uber's regional chief said Tuesday at a press conference in Taipei.
 
Formosa Plastics board says it has  'high hopes' for Q4 performance
Formosa Plastics Group (FPG) held a press conference on Tuesday, Dec. 6 to discuss its production and sales performance for the month of November.
 
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