Arbonne Taiwan tormally joined the DSA in March 2017 Corporate vision: Procucts complying with our fundamental concepts of purrity, safety and excellence as well as product formulations without animal testing Address: 12F/A, No. 80. Sungjen Road,Tapei City Tel:+886 2 8729-1299
After being nominated by the Premier and approved by the Logislativo Yuan, Chairperson Mei-ying Huang, Vice Chairperson Shao-chin Peng and Commissioners Shu-chen Kuo and Tsai -lung Hung of the Fair Trade Commission were inaugu-rated on February 1 during a handover ceremony for the incum-bent and new chairpersons. The tenure of the four officials is February 1 .2017 through January 31.2021. With their excellent achievements in the academia and extensive experience in practical fields, Chairperson Huang, Vice Chairperson Peng Commissioner Kuo and Commissioner Hung will definitely put their expertise to effective use. Previously the Director of the FTC's Division 3(n charge of mul-tilevel marketing business) newly inaugurated Comnissione Kuo will take charge of the multilevel marketing industry
With extensive hands-on experience. TK Luo, Technical and Regulatory Manager of Amway Taiwan, and Julie Wu, Public Relations Manager of Arnway Taiwan. were appointed as DSA's Secretary-General and Deputy Secretary-General The full-time position of the Executive Secretary, who facilitates the implementation of DSA's tasks, was filed by Teresa Cheng
Hcrbalifo invited Dr. Hobor. Chairman of Horbalife Nutrition lnstitute and Nu-trition Advisory Board, and professor Chia-hua Kuo of the Graduate Institute of Sports Sciences of the University of Taipei, to attend a press conference on sports and nutrition. Having promoted a new healthy and exuberant lifestyle for a long time, Herbalife Stresses that the keys to weight management success are good calorie control, good balanced nutrition and regular exercise
Previously under Article 24, Paragraph 2 and Article 30, Paragraph 1 of the previous Statute for Control of Cosmetic Hygiene, prior approval of health authorities shall be obtained for the publication or broadcast of any advertisement by cosmetic operators, and violators will be subject to a fine of up to NT$50,000. However, pursuant to Judicial Interpretation No. 744 issued by the Judicial Yuan on January 6, 2017, such provisions which pertain to prior review of cosmetic advertisements exceed the need to limit the freedom of speech of cosmetic operators, which is protected under the Constitution and do not comply with the principle of proportionality. Therefore, such provisions were declared void, effective on the promulgation date of the judicial interpretation .