Taiwan, Indonesia seek to iron out migrant labor fee issues
Taipei, Dec. 24 (CNA) Officials from Taiwan and Indonesia will convene in two weeks to resolve disputes regarding to the recruitment costs for Indonesian migrant workers after a meeting on Wednesday left a number of issues pending, according to Deputy Minister of Labor Affairs Lin San-quei (林三貴).
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