Taiwan rejects Indonesian rules on covering migrant worker costs
Taipei, Nov. 2 (CNA) Taiwan's Ministry of Labor (MOL) said Monday that it will not accept the one-sided terms introduced by the Indonesian government that compel Taiwanese employers to shoulder costs incurred by certain categories of migrant workers before they leave to work abroad.
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