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Migrant worker wage hike more band-aid than solution: labor advocate

08/11/2022 06:20 PM
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Taipei, Aug. 11 (CNA) The government's decision to raise the minimum wage for live-in migrant caregivers and domestic helpers may help to ease the current labor shortage, but it does little to make Taiwan an internationally competitive destination for such workers, a labor rights activist told CNA.

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