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Wednesday, November 25, 2015
The Executive Yuan decided Tuesday to inject more funds into a stimulus package to help boost domestic consumption, an official responsible for the country's economic planning said that day.
In the first stage of a water conservation project, Taiwan will build six plants that can turn wastewater into usable water for industrial parks by 2020, the Economics Ministry's Water Resources Agency (水利署) said on Monday.
Flat panel prices are likely to stage a rebound in the first quarter of next year, when the impact resulting from inventory adjustments fades, according to market information advisory firm IHS DisplaySearch.
The first human infection of H7N9 avian influenza of the season emerged in China's Guangdong (廣東) province, announced the Centers for Disease Control (CDC, 疾管局) yesterday after confirmation from mainland Chinese public health officials.
People First Party (PFP) presidential candidate James Soong (宋楚瑜) and his running mate Hsu Hsin-ying (徐欣瑩) registered Tuesday for the January 2016 presidential election, becoming the first pair to do.
The number of fatalities from dengue fever in Taiwan has risen to 174 since May this year, including 16 newly confirmed cases, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported Tuesday.
An former officer of the Military Intelligence Bureau (MIB) will spend the next 18 years of his life in prison for spying for China, as the Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the sentence of a lower court in the espionage case.
Taiwan took 39th place in the 2016 world's "ease of paying tax" rankings, down two notches from the previous year, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Taiwan said Tuesday.
Investor confidence in Taiwan has rebounded marginally from a record low in the third quarter, but there is still some worry about the country's economic outlook, according to a report released by JPMorgan Asset Management (Taiwan) Tuesday.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said Tuesday that it will hold a drill to simulate a bioterror attack to examine Taiwan's ability to respond to bioterrorism.
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