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Saturday, March 28, 2015
Taiwan -- Taipei slaps NT$1.5 mil. fine on Farglory
The Taipei City Government decided against halting construction of the Taipei Dome project while levying a fine of NT$1.5 million against project contractor Farglory Group (遠雄集團), yesterday. Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) and other city officials met with representatives of Farglory yesterday to discuss construction-related damages to portions of Songshan Cultural and Creative Park (松山菸廠).
The economic monitoring indicator flashed a “green” signal in February, representing a stable economy, according to a report released by the National Development Council (NDC) yesterday.
Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman Eric Chu (朱立倫) said Friday that the objective of any revisions to the Constitution his party proposes will be to establish a system that balances power and responsibility, expands civil participation and allows absentee voting.
Protesters against the M503 flight route stormed the main gate of the Legislative Yuan yesterday morning in ongoing displays of resistance against the government's negotiated position with China.
ipei City's Department of Labor (DOL, 勞動局) said yesterday that they will look into Yahoo Kimo (Yahoo奇摩) and China Television Company Ltd.'s (CTV, 中國電視事業股份) mass layoffs, which are estimated to lead to the loss of at least 100 positions.
The chairman of the embattled Ting Hsin International Group (頂新) stepped down Friday from his chairmanship of Taiwan Star Telecom Corp. (台灣之星), the conglomerate's telecoms venture.
V Air, a low-cost carrier unit of Taiwan's TransAsia Airways, said Friday that it will launch a new route to Macau on April 10, its third international destination after Thailand's Bangkok and Chiang Mai.
Hong Kong's press freedom is deteriorating, according to the results of a survey released Friday.
Taiwan -- EPA calls for hike of 'unreasonably low' water price
The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) called for a hike to Taiwan's water fee, which is “unreasonably low” at one-fifth of the global average.
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A senior investment official from the Philippines pitched the investment opportunities in the Southeast Asian country to Taiwan at a seminar in Taipei Friday, pointing out several incentives in having a presence in the country's economic zones.
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