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101 The missed power of a name Taipei Times Editorial 84
102 Nation’s name historically justified Taipei Times Editorial 71
103 China and India face challenging times ahead Joseph Tse-hei Lee 李榭熙 91
104 Hung needs to read up on history Gerrit van der Wees 92
105 Taiwanese not fooled by Xi Taipei Times Editorial 65
106 Corporate culture repressing Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 109
107 The Achilles’ heel of PRC and ROC Peter Chen 陳正義 92
108 Nation’s security weakness exposed Liberty Times Editorial 93
109 Guam, Taiwan’s brother in arms Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 97
110 Power errors not nuclear disaster Tsai Ya-ying 蔡雅瀅 68
111 Resist ‘Chinese Taipei City’ agenda Liberty Times Editorial 68
112 Taiwan already enjoys independence Jerome Keating 75
113 ‘ROC independence’ not realistic Liberty Times Editorial 67
114 Chinese threat is not military action Taipei Times Editorial 64
115 Referendum could make nation more credible Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 60
116 Cheer for team Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 77
117 Live your dreams, but do no evil Taipei Times Editorial 83
118 China still hoodwinking the West Paul Lin 林保華 90
119 July 15’s significance for Taiwanese Jerome Keating 60
120 Taiwanese can stand proud, shake off China Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 77
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The first batch of US beef exports under a relaxed ban is likely to arrive in Taiwan within a week after the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued Quality System Assessment (QSA) certificates to qualified suppliers, a Ministry of Economic Affairs official said yesterday.

While the new QSA regulations stipulate that both boneless and bone-in beef from cattle less than 30 months of age slaughtered on or after Nov. 2 can be exported to Taiwan, only boneless beef from cattle slaughtered before that date can be exported to Taiwan.