Taiwan's c bank chief touts herbs to fight SARS

With the deadly virus Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) spreading rapidly around the world, Reuters reported on Wednesday 2 April that Perng Fai-nan, governor of the central bank of China (Taiwan) has suggested a mixture of vinegar, crushed garlic, lily flowers and other Chinese herbal medicines can ward off SARS.

Source: Reuters

The dark days of the Asian financial crisis saw Taiwan central bank governor Perng Fai-nan credited with finding the right medicine to cure the island's

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