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- NDC Announced NT$608 billion Infrastructure Plan
The National Development Council has announced the allocation of 608-billion N-T in funding for public infrastructure projects this year.
Council Minister Kung Ming-hsin says the projects are aimed at stimulating the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
the National Development Council：國家發展委員會（NDC）
Council Minister Kung Ming-hsin：主委龔明鑫
pandemic：疫情；大流行病：(of a disease) prevalent over a whole country or the world。
According to Kung, although Taiwan has been largely successful at fighting the pandemic, some industries have been hard hit, which has prompted the government to invest heavily in infrastructure as a way of boosting employment.
And Kung says it will fund projects such as the Taoyuan Aerotropolis, the Taiwan Railways Administration's acquisition (獲得) of new trains, the installation of air conditioners in government schools, and improvement of the country's water collection and supply systems.
the Taiwan Railways Administration：臺灣鐵路管理局
- N Korea Criticizes S Korea Condemning Missile Launches
North Korea has called South Korea's president ``a parrot raised by America''
as it resumes its trademark rhetoric against its rivals.
Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, issued
the verbal salvo (口頭或當面的猛烈攻擊) after South Korean President Moon
Jae-in criticized the North's ballistic missile launches last week.
Kim Yo Jong：金正恩胞妹金與正
the verbal salvo ：口頭或當面的猛烈攻擊
launch：（n）發射（v. to launch）
The United States and the United Nations condemned the North's first such
launches in a year as a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions.
Some experts say North Korea's recent missile launches and tough language are
meant to pressure the Biden administration as it shapes its policy on North