SOUTH EAST ASIA: Migrant workers face factory exploitation
By Petah Marian | 14 May 2012
Migrant garment workers in factories in Thailand, Cambodia and Malaysia making clothes for western fashion brands are facing state oppression and exploitation by their employers, according to claims in a new report released today (14 May).
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