Taiwan Moves to Ease Rules for Hiring Foreign Profs
August 20, 2012
Taiwan's Cabinet has approved draft legislation to ease the regulations for universities to hire foreign academics, Focus Taiwan News reported. Officials are concerned about brain drain and want to make it possible to attract more foreign talent.
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