Indonesia to postpone new placement fee policy for migrant workers
Jakarta, Jan. 14 (CNA) The Indonesian government has decided to defer the implementation of a new policy that mandates employers of Indonesian migrant workers must pay part of placement costs rather than workers, and was scheduled to take effect Jan. 15.
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