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May, 2018[Decisions]

  1. Wacom Taiwan Information Co., Ltd restricted the resale prices of its downstream businesses for Wacom's digital drawing software products. The practice was in violation of Article 19 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. In addition to ordering the company to immediately cease the unlawful act, the FTC imposed on it an administrative fine of NT$300,000.  
  2. Taichung Harbor Warehousing and Stevedoring Co., Ltd. and Dechang (transliteration) Warehousing and Stevedoring Co., Ltd. established a mutual understanding on raising the bid prices when participating in the "2016-2017 Taichung Harbor Salt Imports Stevedoring Service Procurement Project" put out to tender by TAIYEN Biotech Co., Ltd. The practice restrained the business activities of both companies affecting the price competition mechanism in the aforesaid tender in violation of Article 15 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. The FTC imposed administrative fines of NT$500,000 and NT$100,000 on the two companies, respectively. 
  3. Chun Shin Limited restricted the resale prices of its distributors in violation of Article 19 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. In addition to ordering the company to immediately cease the unlawful act, the FTC imposed on it an administrative fine of NT$100,000. 
  4. The Fubon Multimedia Technology Co., Ltd. and Heas Technology Corporation marketed the Little Sun (translation) TR-1878 rice cooker on the Momo shopping website and claimed the product had been "awarded the Energy Label." It was a false and misleading representation with regard to quality of product affecting transaction decisions in violation of Article 21 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. The FTC imposed administrative fines of NT$100,000 and NT$50,000 on the two companies, respectively.  
  5. VJ International Enterprise Co., Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, changed its company name without filing with the FTC within the statutory period. 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. 
  6. Shun Lian (transliteration) Construction Co., Ltd. displayed a model home with a mezzanine design at the reception center when marketing the "Zhai Xing (transliteration)" housing project. The practice was a false and misleading representation with regard to content and use of product affecting transaction decisions in violation of Article 21 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. In addition to ordering the company to immediately cease the unlawful act, the FTC imposed on it an administrative fine of NT$200,000. 
  7. Twinwin 138, a multi-level marketing business, changed its sales system and participant requirements without filing with the FTC in advance. 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. Nanjing Tong Ren (transliteration) Hall Yue Family's Old Shop Co., Ltd. engaged in multi-level marketing but did not file with the FTC before starting operation. The conduct was in violation of Article 6 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$300,000 on the company. 
  9. Mr. A and Mr. B engaged in multi-level marketing business without filing with the FTC in advance. The conduct was in violation of Article 6 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$100,000 on each of them.
  10. Tian Xi Sheng Shi (transliteration) International Co., Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, changed its product items and sales system without filing with the FTC in advance. The conduct was in violation of Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act. In addition to ordering the company to immediately cease the unlawful act, the FTC imposed on it an administrative fine of NT$300,000. 
  11. Early Infinity Holding Sdn Bhd, a multi-level marketing business, violated 1) Article 6 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by failing to file with the FTC before starting operation, 2) Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by changing its office location, sales system and product items without filing with the FTC in advance, 3) Article 13 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by failing to sign contracts with participants and give each of them an original copy of the contract, and 4) Articles 20 (2) and 21 (2) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by failing to process the withdrawal of participants upon contract cancellation and termination and products returned within the statutory period. In addition to ordering the company to immediately cease the 3) unlawful act as well as sign contracts with participants giving an original copy of the contract within three months after receiving the disposition and present the handling results to the FTC for reference, the FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$500,000 on the company. 
  12. AMLIFE International Co., Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, violated 1) Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by changing its sales system, adding new product items and altering the criteria of depreciation of value of returned and exchanged products without filing with the FTC in advance, and 2) Article 16 (2) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by recruiting people with limited capacity for civil conduct without acquiring the consent of their legal representatives beforehand. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$500,000 on the company. 

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

 

Updated at:2018-06-21 09:54:51
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