Carry Mask owner released on bail after overnight interrogation

09/05/2020 01:08 PM
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Taipei, Sept. 5 (CNA) The owner of a Taiwanese face mask manufacturer accused of importing over 3 million non-medical grade masks from China and selling them through the government's face mask rationing program was interrogated by prosecutors on suspicion of fraud early Saturday before being released on NT$3.5 million (US$119,281) bail.

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