License application in medical technology etc ...

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License application in medical technology etc ...

Postby Belgian Pie » 06 Jan 2007, 12:05

This could be of interest for some foreigners ...

Article TT ... Saturday, Januari 6 2007

Meanwhile, other amendments passed yesterday mean foreigners will be allowed to apply for licenses to work as medical laboratory technologists, medical radiologists or occupational therapists in Taiwan.
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