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The Consumers' Foundation has received more than 300 complaints in the past six months, the group announced on Thursday, calling for updated regulations to govern the growing online shopping industry.
 
Check the label
An official from Consumers' Protection Committee's Hsinchu City Division, Liu Hsin-cheng (劉興振), inspects a package of frozen food on Thursday, Jan. 26. A day prior to Lunar New Year's Eve, Liu inspected frozen food products in major department stores in Hsinchu, verifying if content details printed on the packaging were clear and comprehensive. Liu advised consumers to check the quality, the weight, content, additives, calories, expiration dates, preservation temperatures and heating measures. He added that if consumers got sick after consuming frozen food, "preserve a specimen of the food (leftovers, vomit and even feces)" so as to report the incident to health departments and claim compensation.
 
Manufacturing unaffected by power outage
The Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) saw a power outage Wednesday, but no major disruption to production was reported.
 
Branch of Japan's 'most beautiful bookstore' opens in Taipei
Massive crowds flocked to Uni-Ustyle Department Store in Taipei's Xinyi District as Japanese bookstore franchise Tsutaya opened its first overseas branch on Tuesday.
 
Guiding innovation at a '22,000-person startup'
Neal Cross is the chief innovation officer (CIO) at the regional financial giant DBS Bank, or as he would refer to it, a "22,000-person startup."
 
Taiwan will continue to pursue and strengthen economic cooperation with its neighbors in the Asia-Pacific following U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Presidential Office said Tuesday.
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The outspoken Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電) Chairman Morris Chang (張忠謀) slammed Premier Lin Chuan on Monday for failing to stem a brain drain of technology talent.
 
Economy edging to brink of crisis: forum
A University of Chicago economist has said Taiwan's economy is on "the brink of death," urging the government push ahead with reforms in order to avoid a "difficult future."
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Batteries blamed for Note 7 fires
Samsung Taiwan's General Manager Lee Tsai-yeh (李載燁) bows to apologize for faults in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 batteries, which have been blamed for a spate of explosions.
 
Cement boss critical after fall
This undated file photo shows Leslie Cheng-yun Koo (辜成允), chairman and president of the Taiwan Cement Corp. (台泥), who was rushed to a hospital Saturday after tumbling down a flight of stairs at a Taipei hotel.
 
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