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Factory fire kills four, including tot and grandmother
Four people are dead after a fire broke out early Wednesday at a plastics factory in Taichung's Wuri District.
 
TAIEX tumbles in early morning trading
Taiwan's main stock index fell more than 120 points in early trading on Wednesday after markets in the U.S. ended sharply down on Tuesday.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Wednesday March 22, 2017.
 
Plan for indigenous submarine gathers steam
Taiwan's locally-built submarine project officially took off on Tuesday after the Defense Ministry, its top research unit and a local shipbuilder signed a contract to jointly develop the nation's first ever indigenous submarine.
 
Hon Hai chairman ranked as Taiwan's richest person
Terry Gou (郭台銘), chairman of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), is the richest person in Taiwan and the 182nd richest person in the world, according to the Forbes 2017 billionaire list.
 
New cold front to arrive Sunday
Winter isn't going away quietly.
 
Taiwan's three science parks last year jointly grossed historic amounts in both revenue and exports, the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) announced Tuesday.
 
The Santouka Taiwan Ramen (山頭火拉麵) at Far Eastern Department Stores in Taichung (台中大遠百) was fined NT$70,000 on Tuesday, health authorities confirmed, for using expired spices.
 
No current plans to relocate Songshan Airport: premier
The government has no immediate plans to relocate Taipei's Songshan Airport, Premier Lin Chuan said on Tuesday, calling the prospect "complex" and connected to a host of issues including national security.
 
Locally built submarines could enter service in a decade
Local shipbuilder CSBC Corporation (台船) estimated Tuesday that domestically built submarines could be completed in eight years and be part of the national fleet within 10 years.
 
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