An advisory panel to the labor minister has recommended legal revisions to lift a ban on the dispatch of workers to manufacturing plants by manpower supply companies, ministry officials said.

The recommendation, made Friday by the subcommittee on employment security within the Labor Policy Council, calls for temporary help agencies to be allowed to send workers to plants for up to one year.

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