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Closer Relations To The Business World Of Taiwan To Promote By Bato Dela Rosa

Ronald Dela Rosa talking to Filipinos

Philippines Director of the Bureau of Corrections Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa said he will actively promote a closer relations to the business worlds of Taiwan, if successful on his bid to run sa Senator on the next election.

Dela Rosa arrived in Taiwan and visit the I-Mei factory in Nankan area in Taoyuan City. I-Mei have directly hired about 200 Filipinos last year held in Manila and Davao City without worrying about the significant fees from the brokers.

Greeted by warm welcome from the staffs and fellow Filipinos, Dela Rosa urged them to stay away from illegal drugs. The former PNP chief sample some products from I-MEI while enjoying songs and dances from Filipino staffs.

About E-MEI direct hiring;

On 4th quarter of 2017 and 2nd quarter of 2018, E-MEI Foods International company in Taiwan directly hired 200 Filipinos from the capital city Manila and southern city of Davao. This is a two day recruiting event with coordination with the Philippines Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

Direct hiring means being free from the hefty brokerage system of Taiwan. Also this is a no placement fee job order directed from the company.

On Ronald Dela Rosa's bid for senator;

Ronald 'Bato' Dela Rosa will run for senator in the Philippine Elections in May 2019, the former chief of police promised for the return of the death penalty for drug traffickers and heinous crimes and more generally focused for legislative security.

"God willing, if I'm lucky, I’ll focus on law enforcement, safety and security, peace and order, and of course, corrections," according to Dela Rosa.

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