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Strings attached to Thai firm’s offer

Cambodia migrant workers seeking to leave allegedly exploitative conditions at the Phatthana Seafood factory in southern Thailand said yesterday that they were still being forced to pay to get their passports back. The factory, which exports fish to buyers across the world including Walmart, has come ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012041255583/National-news/strings-attached-to-thai-firms-offer.html

Passports in hand, strikers eye return

More than half of the 800 Cambodian workers who accused police of threatening them with guns and firing into the air during a protest at Phatthana Seafood Co in Thailand on Monday were preparing to return home yesterday, a strike representative said. Sok Sorng said employees ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012041155562/National-news/passports-in-hand-strikers-eye-return.html

Strikers claim shots fired

Police threatened workers and fired shots into the air as a dispute involving about 800 Cambodian workers at Phatthana Seafood Co Ltd in Thailand’s Songkhla province escalated yesterday, a workers’ representative said. Sok Sorng said “many police” had threatened workers with guns as more than 1,000 ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012041055531/National-news/strikers-claim-shots-fired.html

Strike at seafood giant

About 800 Cambodian workers in Thailand went on strike yesterday against a major global seafood exporter they accuse of exploiting them. The factory, which has been identified by workers and rights groups as Phatthana Seafood Co Ltd in Thailand’s Songkhla province, allegedly scrapped a 20 baht ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012040955512/National-news/strike-at-seafood-giant.html

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