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1 Taiwan in the Space Age Leo Wang 1648
2 $100,000 per Barrel Oil, Part II Leo Wang 1718
3 $100,000 per Barrel Oil Leo Wang 1746
4 When USSR Disintegration Meets Japan's Lost Decade Leo Wang 1805
5 Goddess of Spring and Love Uyongu Yatauyungana, Translated by Leo Wang 2228
6 Sell Your Taiwanese Stocks! Leo Wang 1834
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8 Please Come under the Sunlight Leo Wang 3305
9 Making Statements, Making Histories Leo Wang 2040
10 The Danger of Paxism Leo Wang 2330


Premier Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) said yesterday the government would soon lift a ban on high-tech industries setting up operations in China, saying regulations for the review and approval of applications were still being deliberated on by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).

“I recently had a briefing from the MOEA [on reviewing investment bans on China] and was in support of its suggestions [to ease restrictions], but we still need to work out a detailed plan, as well as rules for reviewing applications,” Wu said at a press conference mapping out his Cabinet’s policies for this year.