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April 27, 2017

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Infrastructure bill passes first hurdle
The NT$880 million infrastructure plan spearheaded by the Tsai Ing-wen administration passed first reading at the Legislative Yuan on Monday, amid clashes between opposing party lawmakers.
 
Companies scapegoat new labor regulations to justify price hikes: economist
As the brouhaha continues over the government's new labor regulations designed to regulate overtime pay and reduce overwork, the motivation of businesses that have raised prices is being called into question.
 
Infrastructure plan budget could fund school lunches for 37 years: Hau
Former Taipei City Mayor and Kuomintang chairmanship candidate Hau Lung-bin has blasted the government's NT$880 billion infrastructure plan, arguing the funds could be better spent on the people.
 
Taking the train? Better double-check your itinerary
The state-run Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) is making large-scale adjustments to its schedule effective today to better link its trains with those of Taiwan High Speed Rail.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Thursday April 27, 2017.
 
Temps to drop to 16 C in the north
A weather system arriving Thursday will bring rain and lower temperatures to the mid-teens to Northern Taiwan.
 
The Council of Agriculture (COA) said Wednesday evening that all eggs involved in a recent dioxin contamination scare had come from the same farm in Changhua County.
 
The Presidential Office Wednesday accused China of halting progress on the eradication of deadly epidemics, following rumors Beijing had sought to prevent Taiwan's participation in this year's World Health Assembly.
 
Lighting up Taiwan
From left: National Chiayi University Department of Wood Based Materials and Design senior Wang Hsuan-pu (王宣普), associate professor Chu Cheng-te (朱政德) and senior student Ane Zhao (趙淮安) receive the Taiwan Intelligent LED Lighting Association's creative lighting design contest award on Wednesday, April 26. Chu said that the goal of the contest was to help Taiwan's traditional lighting industry transform to enhance its influence on the international stage.
 
A Taiwanese man has been discovered alive nearly 50 days after being reported missing while on a hiking trip in the Himalayas with his partner, who did not survive the ordeal.
 
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