Economy and Industry

Economy and Industry

Economy and Industry

Robin Winkler: "Taiwan needs a government capable of self-reflection"

Thoughts on events surrounding the third phase expansion of the Taiwan Central Science Park. This is from an interview conducted by Bryan Chuang for the industry more

A First for Taiwan: Supreme Administrative Court Upholds Decision to Void Central Science Park EIA

A First for Taiwan: Supreme Administrative Court Upholds Decision to Void Central Science Park EIA – Farmers, Lawyers Associations, Social Groups Petition Control Yuan more

Central Science Park Phase 4 Report 1: Changhua and Yunlin County Residents Protest Against Industrial Effluent Discharge Plans

Christina MacFarquhar In response to protest by residents, farmers and aquaculture farmers in Changhua County against effluent discharge plans from a major more

Three ?s for Acer from Environmental NGOs

Pollution at this End, Greenwash on the Other End Expose Acer’s Disguise of more

Yunlin County Assembly Head Su Chin-huang Found Guilty of Battery of Robin Winkler During Formosa Plastics Steel Plant Meeting

At 4 p.m. on 9 October 2008, the Taipei District Court announced its decision in the case of Robin Winkler (文魯彬, Wun Lu-bin) vs Su Chin-huang (蘇金煌). This arose from Su' more

Formosa Plastic Group's Yunlin Steel Mill Needs More Review

Lee Ken-cheng In March of this year, a subcommittee of the Environmental Impact Assessment Committee decided that the Formosa Plastics Group's (FPG) US$4 billion more

More Water for Formosa Means Less for Taiwan

According to a report buried on page 20 of the September 29 edition of the Apple Daily, a subcommittee was formed to review Formosa Plastic's application to increase more

Formosa Steel Plant Update

Formosa's reclamation site in Mailiao (photo by M. Wilkie) Save the Taiwan Humpback Dolphins has the following post on the Formosa Steel Plant, a project that has more

Not Qualified To Do Business

By Robin Winkler The Chinese National Federation of Industries (CNFI) was recently reported as saying it may boycott the upcoming national economic conference unless more