Taiwan Fertilizer loan case has six points of doubt: Council of Agriculture
Radio Taiwan International
Date: 02 December, 2019
By: Leslie Liao
The Council of Agriculture held a press conference to unveil its findings in a controversial loan case involving Taiwan Fertilizer
The Council of Agriculture says that there are six points of doubt in a case involving the Taiwan Fertilizer company loaning funds to private individuals buying houses. Last month, news broke of KMT presidential candidate Han Kuo-yu purchasing a NT$72 million (US$2.3 million) home in Taipei in 2011. Han reportedly borrowed funds from the Taiwan Fertilizer company to help purchase the property.
The Council of Agriculture is the largest stakeholder in Taiwan Fertilizer. After an internal investigation of Taiwan Fertilizer, the Council of Agriculture held a press conference on Monday outlining six major points of contention. The council said that it will send its findings to prosecutors for further investigation. [FULL STORY]