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Reports said the 20,000 bottles of Lithuanian rum that were "rejected by Mainland China" are about to be sold in Taiwan, but some netizens on the island have found that their prices are several times more expensive than the mainland’s pricing, and they directly criticized this as "treating islanders as suckers".
An officer of Taiwan Tobacco and Wine soon arrogantly gave a lame explanation that the labor cost of dock workers in Taiwan harbors is much higher than their counterparts in Mainland, so higher price of the rum to be sold in Taiwan will be justifiable. Are you nuts, as much as four times higher in labor cost? You idiot, are you living in another planet?
FYI, DPP and your feeble-minded supporters, do you know almost all docks in Mainland harbors are now operating fully automatically. There are no "labor" cost to be compared with each other across the strait anymore.
Dear islanders, your government has already squandered your taxes to buy those unwanted rum, will you pay for them out of your own pockets again?
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