Taipower rules out use of nuclear power

Taipei, State-run Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) ruled out the possibility of activating the No.4 nuclear plant Friday, dismissing the misconception that doing so would take only three years.

In a statement, Taipower said it would take at least six or …

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Egypt’s President Hosts Sudan’s Embattled Leader

CAIRO Egypt hosted embattled Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Sunday, saying it supports stability in the country undergoing popular demonstrations against al-Bashir's 29-year rule.

After meeting with President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to discuss deepening relations and improving economic ties, the two …

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About the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei released the “2019 Business Climate Survey” More than 40% of the respondents were dissatisfied with the 5+2 industry innovation plan implementation response

According to the survey report, 30.73% of the respondents expressed satisfaction with the implementation progress of the 5+2 Industry Innovation Promotion Plan promoted by the government, and the dissatisfied people reached 40.78%. For the 5+2 industry innovation plan policy to …

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The Water Conservancy Administration held a press conference against the Yufeng industry in the north of the ring. The water purification system improvement plan for the mountain water purification plant is not related to the stability of water use in Taiwan.

At 10 o'clock on the morning of the 22nd, the Legislative Councillor Liu Jianguo and the Taiwan Water Conservation Alliance and other environmental groups held a press conference to revoke the Yufengyu Industrial Special Project, opposing the prospective plan for …

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