menu
:::
Font size : S M L
::: :::

August , 2014 [ Decisions]

August , 2014 [ Decisions]

  1. During its franchisee recruitment process, Hi-Life International Co., Ltd. did not fully disclose in writing to its trading counterparts the content and validity of trademark rights and the percentages of contract cancellation and termination in all counties and cities in the previous year. The failure to provide such important franchise information was obviously unfair conduct likely to affect the trading order in the chain store and franchise market. It was in violation of Article 24 of the Fair Trade Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$500,000 on the company.
  2. Hualien Cable TV Network, Tung Tai Cable TV Corp. and T. Y. Cable TV Co., Ltd. violated Article 11 (1) of the Fair Trade Act for failing to file their merger with the FTC. The FTC imposed on the three cable TV services administrative fines of NT$1 million, NT$500,000 and NT$300,000, respectively. The fines totaled NT$1.8 million.
  3. Bei Yi Buxiban (transliteration), Bei Yi Ming ZhiBuxiban (transliteration), Tong Yi Buxiban(transliteration) and Ming Zhi Buxiban (transliteration) of Kaohsiung City reached an agreementin Jul. 2013 to open joint classes on certain subjects in accordance with the numbers of students recruited and decide which buxiban would be in charge of such classes. The decision to offer the same teachers and teaching textbooks and not to compete against one another was likely to affect the supply-demand function of the after-class school service market. It was in violation of Article 14 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$50,000 on each of the four buxibans. The fines totaled NT$200,000.
  4. Chang Xing Long (transliteration) Packaging Co., Ltd. sent out a letter of attestation regarding patent infringement without justification while its alleged acquisition of the corresponding patent technology report was also apracticeof deception. The conduct was likely to affect trading order in violation of Article 24 of the Fair Trade Act. In addition to ordering the company to immediately cease the unlawful act, the FTC also imposed on it an administrative fine of NT$50,000.
  5. When marketing its “Huang Pin Yuan (transliteration) II” housing project, Dun Bo (transliteration) Construction Co., Ltd. marked the atrium area as part of the interior space. It was a false, untrue and misleading representation with regard to use and content of product in violation of Article 21 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$100,000 on the company.
  6. GlobeLady International Co., Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, failed to file with the FTC before changing its sales system. The conduct was in violation of Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$50,000 on the company.
  7. 4Life Taiwan, a multi-level marketing business, failed to file with the FTC before changing its product items. The conduct was in violation of Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$50,000 on the company.
  8. PM International Taiwan Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, recruited people with limited capacity for civil conduct to be participants without obtaining the written consent of their legal representatives in advance. The practice was in violation of Article 16 (2) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$100,000 on the company.

《In case of any discrepancy between the English version and the Chinese Version, the latter shall prevail.》

 

Updated at:2014-09-30 14:38:26
back top
Language中文