Migrant workers risk deportation for illegally importing meat products
Taipei, Jan. 8 (CNA) Migrant workers who are caught illegally importing or not notifying authorities that they have received meat products from African swine fever (ASF) affected areas will be fined, will have their employment permits revoked and will be deported, according to the Ministry of Labor (MOL).
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