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1 Australia wakes to Beijing’s threat Yao Chung-yuan 姚中原 4
2 Old challenges for new KMT leader Taipei Times Editorial 9
3 Steps to integrate Taiwan aligning Thomas Shattuck 12
4 Xi’s war on culture stirs fears Taipei Times Editorial 10
5 Time to diversify away from China Taipei Times Editorial 12
6 CNA must stop using ‘mainland’ Hideki Nagayama 13
7 Looking for peace means being ready for conflict Chang Ling-ling 張玲玲 18
8 China’s true fears in Afghanistan Kok Bayraq 18
9 AUKUS plan good for region Taipei Times Editorial 17
10 Changing perspective on history Ho Lai-mei 何來美 23
11 Momentum for opening doors on the global stage Tommy Lin 林逸民 25
12 Time for TECRO to change name Taipei Times Editorial 20
13 Cybersecurity policy needs update Holmes Liao 廖宏祥 24
14 EU-Taipei ties rise as China falters Huynh Tam Sang and Tran Hoang Nhung 23
15 Judge reviews need transparency Taipei Times Editorial 14
16 War means instant independence Joseph Bosco 18
17 Supporting historical TV dramas Lu Yu-jen 魯育人 15
18 Series highlights lack of opportunity Taipei Times Editorial 14
19 KMT hopefuls’ focus on deep blue Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 19
20 The forgotten Aboriginal victims Taipei Times Editorial 15
 
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Newsflash

Relocating the development project for Kuokuang Petrochemical Technology Co’s proposed eighth naphtha cracker overseas could be an option amid opposition to constructing the plant in Taiwan, Minister of Economic Affairs Shih Yen-shiang (施顏祥) said yesterday.

On a visit to Academia Sinica, Shih said that from an economic point of view, major development projects such as naphtha crackers should be built in Taiwan, but added that the government would not oppose relocating such projects overseas if the environmental cost was “too heavy to bear.”