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Saturday, April 19, 2014
The price at local 95-octane gas pumps may exceed NT$35 a liter next week, thanks to the Ukraine crisis and consequent higher oil prices.
The Legislative Yuan will not sue student protesters for damage caused by their 24-day occupation of the main legislative chamber, as repairs will be paid for by the head of a business group, Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng (王金平) said yesterday.
Investigators yesterday stormed Jih Sun International Leasing and Finance Co., Ltd. (日盛國際租賃), which is suspected of falsifying documents to unlawfully obtain vehicle loans worth of a total of NT$350 million.
Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC Corp. (宏達電) confirmed a report Friday that it has hired a marketing executive who worked for the company's South Korean rival Samsung Electronics Co. to advise HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang (王雪紅).
A local man has been arrested and referred for possible prosecution for leaking an image of HTC Corp.'s new flagship smartphone — the HTC One M8 — a month before its March 25 debut, police said Friday.
The seventh Cross-strait Cultural Creative Industry Fair (CCCIF) is set to take place in Xiamen, southeastern China from Oct. 24 to 27, according to its organizer.
The Ministry of Education announced Friday that it now recognizes diplomas issued by 18 more Chinese institutions of higher education, bringing the total number of recognized schools to 129.
The New Taipei City Government responded late yesterday to criticism of the current mayor's stance on the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant made by a mayoral candidate earlier the same day.
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Premier Jiang Yi-huah Friday blasted the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) as “very irresponsible” for pushing for a national referendum on the fourth nuclear power plant that would seek to bypass strict legal requirements.
Opened in an alley next to Dunhua South Road, VIVO is a Spanish restaurant with a heightened aesthetic sense as its brand philosophy. Providing patrons with the highest quality in cuisine and wine, VIVO prices their items at an affordable price while immersing customers
  
  
  
  
  
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