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Friday, April 11, 2014
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip maker, on Thursday reported strong first quarter sales that exceeded its forecast, on rising demand for chips on the advanced 28 nanometer process.
Taiwan -- DPP's Hsieh supports the  police eviction of activists from the Executive Yuan
Former Premier Frank Hsieh said yesterday the police were right to expel protesters from the Executive Yuan compound on March 24 but did not need to use water cannons on those who were outside the complex.
The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MHW) is planning to force food suppliers to mark nutrition facts based on the marketed serving-size of packaged foods from July 1 next year.
The Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball team announced Wednesday that it had officially added Taiwanese pitcher Lee Chen-chang to its 25-man roster.
Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai said yesterday that a planned meeting between herself and her Chinese counterpart has been canceled due to disagreement over how they should address each other.
Premier Jiang Yi-huah on Thursday instructed Cabinet agencies to follow the principle of zero-based budgeting and examine the priority and necessity of their planned spending for 2015 within a tight budget.
Nung Cheng Hsien (農正鮮) company was fined NT$3 million for putting a water-retaining agent in frozen meat to increase the weight of the products for higher profits, Kaohsiung City Government's Department of Health (DOH) announced yesterday.
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Thursday, April 10, 2014
Taiwan -- Nations put trade talks on hold over stalled pact: gov't
With the implementation delay of the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement, many countries have placed a hold on their current trade negotiations with Taiwan, said Economic Minister Chang Chia-juch (張家祝) yesterday.
Taiwan -- Cabinet demands NT$3 mil. in compensation from protesters
The Executive Yuan will be filing for civil compensation of NT$3 million from the protesters that barged into the Executive Yuan on March 23, Cabinet spokesman Su Li-chun (孫立群) said yesterday.
Justice Minister Lo Ying-hsueh (羅瑩雪) fended off questions and accusations from the main opposition party regarding actions taken by prosecutors and police over the student-led demonstrators who have occupied the Legislative Yuan for several weeks and attempted to take over the Executive Yuan on March 23.
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