Taiwan, Indonesia seek to iron out migrant labor fee issues

12/24/2020 03:52 PM
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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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