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    Thailand Makes Efforts to Improve Conditions for Migrant Laborersi
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    August 04, 2014 9:44 AM
    ​​Thailand has been facing increasing international scrutiny as a hub of human trafficking and slave labor, but now some of the kingdom’s companies are striving to improve working conditions, especially for the millions of migrant laborers from surrounding countries. VOA's Steve Herman reports from Bangkok.

    Thailand Makes Efforts to Improve Conditions for Migrant Laborers

    Published August 04, 2014

    ​​Thailand has been facing increasing international scrutiny as a hub of human trafficking and slave labor, but now some of the kingdom’s companies are striving to improve working conditions, especially for the millions of migrant laborers from surrounding countries. VOA's Steve Herman reports from Bangkok.


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