By: Yang Shu-min, H.H. Lu, H.Y. Wu and Kuo Chung-han
Taipei, Feb. 19 (CNA) Businesspeople want the President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文)
administration to change new work rules that took effect less than two months ago, saying that otherwise, the country will face inflation, an exodus of companies, infuriated business owners and unhappy workers.
Chin Chia-hung (秦嘉鴻), chairman of the Manufacturers United General Association of Industrial Parks of the Republic of China (MUGA), said Sunday that he will meet with Labor Minister Lin Mei-chu (林美珠) in the coming week to discuss the issue.
Lai Cheng-i (賴正鎰), chairman of the General Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of China (GCC), said his organization has arranged to meet with 10-20 lawmakers of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the first week of March. [FULL STORY]