2019/3/19  
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Government to keep electricity price unchanged for 6 months
Today a committee under the Ministry of Economic Affairs decided to keep the electricity price unchanged for six months starting April 1.

The committee said it was recommending a price freeze to keep commodity prices steady. It said that international fuel prices were set to fall over the long-term and would be below what Taipower had ...(more)
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Former premier Lai Ching-te launches 2020 presidential bid
Today former premier Lai Ching-te dropped a bombshell on President Tsai Ing-wen as he registered for the DPP's presidential nomination. Speaking to reporters at the DPP's headquarters in Taipei, Lai brushed aside concerns that his candidacy would cause rifts within the party. Lai said the DPP had a democratic primary process and that he would extend his full support to President Tsai should he ...(more)
Popular antidepressant Prozac no longer sold in Taiwan from April 1
The popular antidepressant known as Prozac will no longer be sold in Taiwan from April 1. The drug's distributer Zuellig Pharma says it will stop supplying the product in Taiwan due to price cuts by the National Health Insurance Administration.

Prozac is currently prescribed to more than 10,000 Taiwanese. The health insurance authority says it will replace Prozac with a drug that has ..(more)
Childcare scheme to roll out in special municipalities in August
This August, a government scheme to help parents with the cost of childcare will roll out in its second stage to the six special municipalities. The program debuted last year in 15 cities and counties. In the lead-up to the August launch, private childcare providers say they're reluctant to join the scheme. They complain that the government subsidies are too low and won't be enough to ensure ..(more)
Too few temblors raise fears of powerful quake to come
The past six months have been unusually quiet on the seismic front. Researchers at the Central Weather Bureau have picked up an abnormally low frequency of earthquakes since September 2018. Historical data show that a quiet period could be a prelude to the strike of a major earthquake. But experts emphasize that there is no conclusive link between the two events.

The 2018 Hualien ..(more)
Taitung children build science projects that tackle natural disasters
Three years ago a super typhoon made landfall along the East Coast and left a trail of signs and other wreckage along the streets. Children at Taitung's Kang Le Elementary School have come up with a clever system that automatically retracts signboards once winds reach dangerous speeds. Their invention, called the "signboard retracting amulet," is just one of the science projects that will be up ..(more)
44% of graduates enter workforce in debt: job bank survey
Nearly half of all Taiwanese graduates enter the workforce saddled with student loan debt. That's according to a new job bank survey, which found that the average student debt is $280,000 NT. This is a daunting sum for the entry-level worker, who would need at least 8.8 months to pay it off on a typical salary. Today the job bank shared some personal finance guidelines for grads who want to shed ..(more)

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The primary election is absolutely a gentlemen's war. If I lose, I will of course fully support President Tsai Ing-wen.
 
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