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Basic tax allowance hike to help 2.3m households

Taipei Times 08 Sep 2022
The basic living expense tax deduction is to be raised by NT$4,000 to NT$196,000, benefiting an estimated 2.3 million households, the Executive Yuan said yesterday ... Last year saw the biggest increase in the nation’s history, when it was increased by NT$10,000 to NT$192,000.
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Mahjong legal to play, new party is ‘over-reaction’: Lo

Taipei Times 08 Sep 2022
Executive Yuan Spokesman Lo Ping-cheng (羅秉成) said that Taiwanese laws do not forbid the playing of mahjong, only gambling in public ... “A person who gambles in a public place or a place open to the public shall be sentenced to a fine of not more than NT$50,000 ... Lo said that one must gamble to be considered in contravention of the above two acts.
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Defense missiles to get US overhaul

Taipei Times 12 Aug 2022
Next year’s defense budget would be NT$15.4bn higher than this year’s, while the long-term plan to service Patriot systems would cost NT$2.52bn, sources said. By Lo Tien-pin and Jonathan Chin / Staff reporter, with staff writer ... Next year’s defense budget would be NT$15.4 billion ...
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MOFA to pay for delivery of donated supplies to Ukraine

Taipei Times 26 Apr 2022
It was responding to a media report that said it had asked the Executive Yuan to allocate funds to pay for the freight, which Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Legislator Lo Chih-cheng (羅致政) said could cost as much as NT$200 million ... The ministry only allocated NT$16 million to ...
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Cabinet seeks to extend virus act

Taipei Times 17 Apr 2022
Executive Yuan spokesman Lo Ping-cheng said the nation must continue disease prevention measures, and ensure ample medical resources and staff ... Of the NT$839.33 billion (US$28.83 billion) in relief funds approved by the Legislative Yuan, about NT$130 billion has yet to be disbursed, Lo said.
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The Sampler: Aldous Harding, Sunreturn, Syl Johnson

RNZ 31 Mar 2022
Listen duration 29′ .36″ Add to playlistPlaylist. Listen. This audio is not downloadable due to copyright restrictions. Warm Chris by Aldous Harding ... It’s the connective tissue between the way DblDbl spits bars about independence and the way the band NT Honey embraces lo-fi recording on their song ‘Runaway’, opting for authenticity over studio polish.
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Industries recommend fees for single-use cups

Taipei Times 19 Jan 2022
The EPA is encouraging businesses to offer reusable cups for free and plans to mandate a NT$5 discount to customers who bring their own cups. By Lo Chi and Kayleigh Madjar / Staff reporter, with staff writer ... plans to mandate a NT$5 discount to customers who bring their own cups.
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Students urged to seek grant for overseas degrees

Taipei Times 06 Jan 2022
The grants pay doctoral candidates up to NT$900,000 a year at a time when more Chinese and Indians study abroad, the government said. By Lo Chi and Jake Chung / Staff reporter, with staff writer ... Doctoral candidates can receive up to NT$900,000 a year, while young academics can get up to NT$600,000, it said.
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Cabinet extends the ‘Invest in Taiwan’ policy

Taipei Times 23 Dec 2021
Executive Yuan spokesman Lo Ping-cheng attends a news conference at the Executive Yuan in Taipei yesterday ... With the initiative extended through 2024, the government plans to provide an additional NT$430 billion in financing for participating firms, which is expected to attract NT$900 billion in investment and create 40,000 jobs, Lo said.
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Singaporean charged over investment ploy

Taipei Times 20 Dec 2021
Soh and his girlfriend Lo, who reportedly obtained Taiwanese citizenship through long-term residency, made a profit of more than NT$70 million in Taiwan, by offering shares of two unlisted GTIC companies on over-the-counter markets, they said. Investigators said Soh, Lo and GTIC ...
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Drawings for secondary vouchers to be held this week

Taipei Times 13 Oct 2021
Executive Yuan spokesman Lo Ping-cheng speaks during a news conference at the Executive Yuan on Sept ... Executive Yuan spokesman Lo Ping-cheng (羅秉成) said that the Executive Yuan clearly stated that once people linked the digital vouchers, the pairings could not be undone.
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Copying of vouchers to be treated as counterfeiting

Taipei Times 10 Oct 2021
Police said that Hung told them that he picked up his NT$5,000 of vouchers at about midday on Friday and had the idea to copy them when he passed a store offering printing services ... Separately yesterday, Executive Yuan spokesman Lo Ping-cheng (羅秉成) said it is illegal to sell the vouchers.
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Taiwan’s biggest defence budget includes US$1.4 billion for new warplanes

South China Morning Post 26 Aug 2021
Taiwan has unveiled a record NT$471.7 billion (US$16.8 billion) defence budget for next year, as the ...
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Hua Nan seeks to extend growth in second half

Taipei Times 26 Aug 2021
Earnings per share were NT$0.72, with main subsidiary Hua Nan Commercial Bank (華南銀行) generating 80 percent of the profit, Hua Nan Securities Co (華南永昌證券) contributing 13 percent and South China Insurance Co (華南產險) generating 5 percent, Hua Nan Financial president Lo Pao-chu (羅寶珠) said.
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Stimulus vouchers coming in October

Taipei Times 26 Aug 2021
three NT$1,000 bills, two NT$500 bills and five NT$200 bills, for a total of NT$5,000, Executive Yuan spokesman Lo Ping-cheng (羅秉成) said ... do not demand change from stores, but if shopkeepers are willing to give change for the vouchers, it would respect their decision, Lo said.

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