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Saturday, October 25, 2014
Taiwan -- Uni-President used Vietnamese tallow
Nineteen instant noodle products from Uni-President Enterprises Corporation (統一企業) were pulled from shelves yesterday for containing tallow from Vietnam, following the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) issuance of a preventive recall on Oct. 22; Vietnam officials have not yet proven that these oil products are edible.
Taiwan -- Pxmart sells expired food items: former employee
A former Pxmart Co. Ltd. (全聯福利中心) employee, surnamed Chang, revealed that the supermarket chain store has sold expired food items during a press conference yesterday afternoon in Taipei.
Controversial issues regarding punishment for illegal food companies under the Act Governing Food Safety and Sanitation will be deliberated next week.
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Legislator Chao Tien-Lin (趙天麟) on the evening of Oct. 23.
Taichung has won the bid to host the debut East Asian Youth Games in 2019, event organizers announced yesterday.
Taiwan -- Taiwan needs higher wages, bigger workforce: US strategist
Taiwan should heed its relatively low wages and decreasing worker participation if it wants to remain competitive, a leading U.S. authority on corporate strategy said Friday in Taipei.
The Taiwan High Speed Rail's (THSR) board of directors meeting passed a proposal lowering ticket prices and changing the way fares are adjusted, in hopes of improving the company's finances.
Taiwan's Supreme Court ruled Friday against a request by the Iranian Ministry of Defense for a local bank to return US$15 million, saying that the case has passed the statute of limitations.
The Taiwan LGBT Pride Parade, the largest such event in Asia, will be held Saturday in Taipei under the theme of “Walk in Queers' Shoes.”
A minor planet discovered by Taiwan's National Central University (NCU) in 2006 has been officially named “Taipei,” the university said Friday.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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