Calling himself a victim like every customer who likes Top Pot’s products, Hsu said his decision in March last year to buy 60 percent of the company’s shares, which until then had been wholly owned by Chuang and his team, was based on the company’s claim to only use natural ingredients, adding that he had no knowledge of the recipes being used.
Tue, Aug 27, 2013 - Page 3 News List
This story has been viewed 2706 times.
Comments will be moderated. Remarks containing abusive and obscene language, personal attacks of any kind or promotion will be removed and the user banned.
Listing from 2017-01-14 to 2017-01-21
- Most read
- Most e-mailed
1Joshua Wong speaks about struggle for democracy
2Chinese war would be swift: ex-official
3Move over beef noodle soup, vegans are taking Taipei by storm
4US military club reopened on Yangmingshan
5Cabinet mulling fine rather than no pension for veterans, ex-officials