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child goverment support

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child goverment support

Postby MoTi » 26 Sep 2011, 22:34

I heard the rumor, that starting 2012, Kaohsiung will also provide a monthly support- payment, a bit like this is done in Taipei,
to support families to have more children.
Can anyone confirm this ?
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Re: child goverment support

Postby cranky laowai » 27 Sep 2011, 11:30

The city government recently approved a subsidy for four-year-olds. But that's probably not what you're looking for.

You might try calling Gaoxiong's Social Affairs Bureau (tel. (07) 334-4885).
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