COA voices concerns over China's agricultural incentives for Taiwanese
Taipei, March 17 (CNA) Deputy Agriculture Minister Chen Junne-jih (陳駿季) said Wednesday that a series of new incentives being offered by China to attract Taiwanese agricultural talent and investment may run afoul of local laws, but he acknowledged that the Taiwan government may be hard-pressed to enforce those regulations.
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