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Indonesia, Taiwan sign MoU on protection of migrant workers

Antara News | 15 December 2018 Jakarta (ANTARA News) – The Indonesia Economic and Trade Office (IETO) in Taipei signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Taipei Economic and Trade Office (TETO) in Jakarta on the recruitment, placement, and pro

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Nepal blacklists 65 foreign employers

Kathmandu Post 15 December 2018 Nepal-The government has blacklisted a number of foreign employers in countries that are major destinations for Nepali migrant workers. The Department of Foreign Employment has blocked 65 foreign employers or companies from

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POEA agency ordered to halt recruitment operations: DFA

ABS-CBN News | 11 November 2018 MANILA – A recruitment agency in Manila has been ordered to halt recruitment operations after Filipino truck drivers it sent to Europe were found to be “working and living in substandard conditions.” In a

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60,000 foreigners eyed for nursing care in Japan

The Nation | 15 November 2018 The Japanese government presented on Wednesday the estimated maximum number of foreign workers to be accepted in 14 envisaged business fields over the five years from fiscal 2019, releasing such figures as 60,000 people in nu

  • February 18, 2019
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Japan expects up to 340,000 foreign workers after bill passes

Nikkei Asian Review | 14 November 2018 TOKYO — Between 260,000 and 340,000 foreign workers could enter Japan over the five years starting in fiscal 2019 if a planned amendment to the immigration control law passes the Diet, according to a government

  • February 18, 2019
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Israel cutting OFW recruitment fees 85%–envoy

Business Mirror | 14 November 2018 FOLLOWING successful negotiations this week, Israel has agreed to reduce the recruitment fees for Filipino caregivers by at least 85 percent. Speaking at the BusinessMirror’s Coffee Club Forum, Israel Ambassador to the

  • February 18, 2019
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Hotel project approved to bring in foreign workers

Daily Post Guam | 14 November 2018 A hotel project became the first among Guam’s private sector in recent years to receive approval to hire foreign construction workers on H-2B visas for projects not directly related to military projects, the govern

  • February 18, 2019
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