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High-rise building collapse in Tainan, Taiwan reveals possible construction issue


Controversy has arisen after the discovery of cooking oil tin cans inside the pillars of the 17-story building in Tainan, Taiwan that collapsed after an earthquake on February 6th, reported ET Today.

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