Control Yuan orders improvement in migrant fishermen management
Taipei, May 11 (CNA) Taiwan's top government watchdog body demanded Tuesday that the Ministry of Labor (MOL) improve how it manages migrant fishermen engaged in coastal fishing, after failing to respond to a case last year when a labor broker was found to have allegedly engaged in human trafficking.
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