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Thursday, September 11, 2014
Military infighting has led to the exposure of the identity of a Taiwanese intelligence agent stationed overseas, local media reported yesterday.
Taiwan -- New chief of TAITRA vows to boost exports of Taiwanese manufacturers
Francis Liang (梁國新), the new leader of Taiwan's main trade promotion body, said Wednesday that he will do his utmost to boost the country's exports.
Taiwan's military yesterday decided to scale down a scheduled live-fire drill on the offshore island of Penghu amid a round of protests launched by residents of the island county.
Education Minister Wu Se-hwa (吳思樺) yesterday implored top-tier schools around Taiwan to participate in conducting specialty recruitments in light of the mass announcement from various cities that stated they intend to abolish specialty recruitment next year.
A special commission under the Cabinet that was launched last year to review possible miscarriages of justice under military courts recently shut down and has apparently failed to meet its founding goal, an opposition lawmaker said yesterday.
President Ma Ying-jeou submitted another list of 11 nominees for the Control Yuan Wednesday, saying that it is his “unshirkable duty” to ensure the normal operation of the nation's Constitutional rule.
A magnitude 4.4 earthquake jolted eastern Taiwan at 1:12 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) recently warned of rampant coupon fraud that has conned nearly NT$2 million out of dozens of victims in the last few months.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Taiwan -- Feed maker's assets frozen in oil scandal
Pingtung prosecutors yesterday froze assets worth NT$7.23 million belonging to local animal feed manufacturer Ching Wei Co. (進威), which allegedly bought recycled waste oil from an unlicensed oil manufacturer.
A senior United States naval official confirmed on Monday that Taiwan and the United States recently discussed the latter's efforts to acquire submarines from the U.S. or build its own submarines.
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