By: Elaine Hou
“On the issue of food safety, we’ve learned that Taiwan will implement measures aimed at tightening regulations pertaining to Japanese food imports, and we have expressed our concerns to Taiwanese authorities,” Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lawmaker Nobuo Kishi said through an interpreter at a news conference in Taipei.
“We hope they will cancel the planned regulations,” said Kishi, the brother of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. He is leading one of the two delegations of Japanese lawmakers visiting Taiwan. [FULL STORY]