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    Domestic Workers from Myanmar Overworked in Thailandi
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    Steve Sandford
    March 22, 2016 2:28 PM
    In Thailand, thousands of unregistered domestic workers from Myanmar face daily abuse at the hands of their employees. But now, as Myanmar opens to reform, changes are coming slowly. Is it enough to draw back a future work force? Steve Sandford reports from Chiang Mai, Thailand.

    Domestic Workers from Myanmar Overworked in Thailand

    Published March 22, 2016

    In Thailand, thousands of unregistered domestic workers from Myanmar face daily abuse at the hands of their employees. But now, as Myanmar opens to reform, changes are coming slowly. Is it enough to draw back a future work force? Steve Sandford reports from Chiang Mai, Thailand.


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