Thu, Aug 03, 2006 - Page 1 News List

Cabinet stands firm on investment cap

NO CHANGE Premier Su Tseng-chang says he has no intention of changing a cap on investment in China, despite efforts by certain companies to lobby the government

By Jimmy Chuang  /  STAFF REPORTER

The spokesman admitted that the health insurance bureau was suffering from severe financial problems. However, he said the government was doing everything it could to solve the problem, instead of just raising health insurance premiums.

"At the moment, we will probably solve the problem by evaluating the way we spend health insurance money and seek to fix it that way, rather than increasing the premium for the public," Cheng said.

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