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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
The National Security Bureau (NSB) Monday sought to allay worries about opening Taiwan's service market to China by announcing plans to regulate and monitor Chinese companies and individuals that pose a potential security risk.
Taiwan -- Sunflower activists voluntarily head to prosecutors' office
Sunflower Student Movement representatives Lin Fei-fan (林飛帆), Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) and five others yesterday went to the Taipei District Prosecutors Office to answer questions regarding their involvement in the March 18 Legislative Yuan occupation and the March 23 Executive Yuan intrusion.
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The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) recently extradited a suspect wanted on fraud charges from Vietnam.
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Taipei's housing prices should be further reduced so that they are about 10 times that of average annual income, Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) said recently.
A breast cancer patient who chose to put her unborn child before her own health has given birth to a healthy baby girl, her doctor said yesterday.
The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Taipei announced Monday that it will donate more than 100 recycled computers to nonprofit organizations in Taiwan as part of its corporate social responsibility.
Standard Chartered Bank maintained its forecast yesterday for Taiwan's gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2014 amid an improving global economy.
Taiwanese ferries will be subject to more inspections and rescue drills starting within a month, the Maritime and Port Bureau said last week, addressing safety concerns in the wake of the deadly disaster on the South Korean ferry Sewol.
People planning to travel to the Middle East should pay attention to their personal hygiene, as the season for an often fatal disease has begun there, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said.
Over 30 percent of the bottled water sold in Taipei is nothing more than tap water, according to the results of a recent survey conducted by city environmental protection authorities and released yesterday.
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