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Takayuki KIMURA Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan   Akihiko HIRASAWA Norinchukin Research Institute Co., Ltd. Operation of pension fund The pension fund for farmers who are paying contributions or waiting for the inception of benefits after they t..
 
Takayuki KIMURA Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan   Akihiko HIRASAWA Norinchukin Research Institute Co., Ltd. Preferential tax treatment In the case of income tax or inhabitant tax, the rates of taxes are determined depending on the amount of taxa..
 
Min-Hsien Yang, Professor, Feng Chia University, Taiwan I Han, Assistant Professor, Feng Chia University, Taiwan Source: Council of Agriculture (COA)   The Legislative Yuan passes third reading of the “Farmers’ Health Insurance Act”, particularly the article..
 
Hwang-Jaw Lee Board Director, Taiwan Flowers Development Association   Agricultural products provide the basic needs in our lives. However, harvests are frequently affected by natural or other causes so that most farmers and fishermen earn lower profits in production than do peop..
 
Takayuki KIMURA Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan   Akihiko HIRASAWA Norinchukin Research Institute Co., Ltd.   The Farmer’s Pension System (FPS) in Japan is a public pension system which provides the additional pension on top of the Na..
 
Hwang-Jaw Lee Board Director, Taiwan Flowers Development Association   The Council of Agriculture (COA) has offered various kinds of welfare programs to farmers in order for them to maintain their living standards and economic security. “ The Temporary Statute Regarding the..
 
Chan-Ik Chun Agricultural Economist, FFTC   On Nov. 8, the Cabinet of Taiwan government tightened rules governing eligibility for the elderly farmers’ monthly pension in a bid to prevent “pseudo-farmers” cashing in on the welfare system which costs the governmen..
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