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Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Stock prices of dozens of green firms listed in mainland Chinese markets surged on the first trading day after a documentary on China's air pollution went viral on the Internet.
The purpose of the consolidated housing and land tax is not to suppress the housing market but to correct a fault in the taxation system, said Finance Minister Chang Sheng-ford (張盛和) during a radio interview yesterday.
Monday, March 2, 2015
Several political heavyweights are now calling for a reform to Taiwan's electoral system so that voters can express their disapproval of candidates by marking a “no” on ballots.
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Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday attended an alumni gathering at his alma mater, the National HsinChu Senior High School (NCHS), where he answered questions regarding various future policies.
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Taiwan -- Competition for migrant literature awards kicks off
Competition for the second annual Taiwan Literature Award for Migrants (移民工文學獎) opened Sunday with the organizer calling for submissions.
The Labor Ministry has decided to allow people who already employ a foreign national as a caregiver to hire additional migrant workers as substitutes when the need arises.
Regulations allowing Taiwan's indigenous peoples to apply for exclusive intellectual property rights over cultural creations, such as traditional religious ceremonies, music and dance, came into force on Sunday in a...............
Taiwan -- Six black-faced spoonbills die from bacteria infection
The Tainan City Animal Health Inspection and Protection Office Chief Lee Chao-chuan (李朝全) yesterday said that many black-faced spoonbills have died from suspected bacteria infection in a park in Tainan.
As the price of pork plummeted by nearly 20 percent in a month, the R.O.C. Swine Association is calling for pork farmers to reduce supply by 10 percent starting today to stabilize prices.
As a child, Huang Po-jung had never thought of going into his family's motorcycle repair business.
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