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Taipei, May 10 (CNA) Lawmakers across party lines insisted Friday that the government stand tough in dealing with a Philippine attack on a Taiwanese fishing vessel and provide better protection of the country's fishing boats.
People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area to shorten from six years to four the length of time Chinese spouses of Taiwanese nationals must wait before they can obtain Republic of China citizenship. "I will continue to push for the passage of
Taipei, May 2 (CNA) Experts were divided Thursday on the costs of power generation using nuclear energy and the economic impact of aborting construction of Taiwan's controversial fourth nuclear power plant. It costs less to generate electricity using
The ruling Kuomintang used its majority at the Legislative Yuan Friday to block an opposition attempt to scrap the fourth nuclear plant, but a vote about a referendum question was still expected for later in the day. Two previous attempts at passing
Opposition members again blocked a legislative session Tuesday scheduled to discuss the government-backed referendum about the fourth nuclear plant. The vote about the referendum question proposed by ruling Kuomintang lawmaker Lee Ching-hua had
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News 2013-04-12 12:00 AM Query from Taiwan News on February 22: Attention: Taiwan Solidarity Union Following the latest report from Freedom House in which Taiwan places favorably in
30 p.m. followed a morning of last-minute negotiations...As announced last week, the accord included an early harvest list with 539 Taiwanese products valued at US $13.8 billion (NT$443 billion) likely to receive zero tariff rates in China within the
Taipei, March 12 (CNA) A senior Taiwanese trade negotiator on Tuesday defended recent trade talks with the United States as "fruitful" while critics accused the government of "failing to score any points" during the talks.
Opposition legislator Hsu Chung-hsin on Thursday warned the government of the impact of white-collar employees from China on the local job market. The government should think hard before amending the law and loosening restrictions for Chinese
Taipei, Jan. 23 (CNA) State-owned oil refiner CPC Corp., Taiwan said Wednesday that the company is still assessing a cooperation project with China . Bi Su-chien, CPC Trading Department head, said CPC is not selling its oil products in China and that