1.   首頁  
  2. |
  3.   產品專區  
  4. |
  5.   加值服務  
  6. |
  7.   客戶服務  
  8. |
  9.   企業專區  
  10. |
  11.   網路商城  
 
跨平台產品
Dr.eye PLUS
 
家用産品
Dr.eye 365
Dr.eye 譯典通 X
Dr.eye 譯典通 X 升級版
 
行動産品
Dr.eye 雲端免費版
Dr.eye 雲端版 - 日語通
Dr.eye 雲端版 - 韓語通
Dr.eye Mobile for Android
Dr.eye Mobile for iPhone
Dr.eye Mobile for PAD
Dr.eye 星艦版 for Samsung
 
硬體産品
Dr.eye 翻譯小子 X
Dr.eye 翻譯小子 3
 
過往產品
Dr.eye 譯典通 9.0 旗艦版
Dr.eye 譯典通 9.0 旗艦升級版
Dr.eye 譯典通 9.0 全民版
 
 

Taiwan tycoon to serve 5 years and 9 months in prison for food safety scandal


台灣大亨因食品安全醜聞確定判入監5年9個月


High Court to reconsider 45 other charges

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Wei Ying-chun (魏應充), one of four brothers owning the Ting Hsin International Group, will have to serve five years and nine months in prison for his part in food safety scandals involving cooking oil.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday (November 6) found Wei guilty on seven counts which can no longer be appealed. He was also guilty on 19 other counts, though he can avoid prison sentences for those by paying fines, the Central News Agency reported. A further 45 counts will have to be retried at the High Court level on the Supreme Court’s orders.

Wei had been sentenced to 15 years on all charges by the High Court, following a not-guilty verdict by a District Court.

The cases centered on the import of low-grade oil from Vietnam, which Wei’s Ting Hsin repackaged and sold as cooking oil fit for human consumption. The affair was one of many food safety scandals to break into the open in 2013 and 2014, some including false labeling of cheap oil as more expensive olive oil, or the use of oil residues and oil products for animal consumption as cooking oil.

The Ting Hsin tycoon earlier served more than 500 days out of a two-year prison sentence for another scandal, involving the mixing of palm oil with olive and grapeseed oil, a process which reportedly earned his company NT$60 million (US$1.9 million).

Following Wednesday’s Supreme Court verdict, prosecutors have launched measures to prevent Wei from leaving the country, according to CNA. The Ting Hsin International empire includes significant food holdings in China, as well as food and real estate in Taiwan, and once owned 37 percent of Taipei 101.
 
Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer  
2019-11-06  

聯絡我們

客服專線 : (02)2880-9177
客服信箱 : service@dreye.com
服務時間 : 週一至週五 09:00~11:40 12:40~17:00 國定假日休息
購買鏈接
PC
Mobile
加入粉絲團


2017 Inventec Besta Co.,Ltd. All rights reserved
無敵科技股份有限公司版權所有
   隱私權聲明