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Thailand cracks down on exploitative factory

In a rare intervention, the Thai Labor Ministry has stepped in to stop the exploitation of migrant workers from Cambodia and Myanmar at a seafood factory in the country’s south, correspondence obtained by the Post reveals. The ministry found the Phatthana Seafood factory, in Songkhla province, which employs ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012102359354/National-news/thailand-cracks-down-on-exploitative-factory.html

After brawl, workers can go

Cambodian workers seeking to leave a seafood factory in Thailand following a lethal brawl with counterparts from Myanmar were given their passports and salaries on Monday, a representative said. Phon Jam said 800 Cambodian workers at the Siam International Food Co Ltd factory in Songkhla province ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012061456796/National-news/after-brawl-workers-can-go.html

Staff to Come Home After Thai Factory Brawl

Half of the of the 600 Cambodian workers at Siam International Food Co. Ltd.’s factory in Thailand are planning to return home following a mass brawl in which two workers were killed last week, a factory employee said yesterday. A Cambodian and a Burmese worker died ...

Workers Refuse to Restart Work at Thai Factory

About 600 Cambodian workers at a seafood factory in Thailand are refusing to go back to work, and are demanding compensation after a mass brawl with Burmese co-workers broke out on Monday ending in two deaths, a worker said yesterday. The fight broke out after hundreds ...

Two Killed in Brawl at Thai Seafood Factory

A Cambodian man and a Burmese man were killed on Monday in a mass brawl that broke out between hundreds of migrant workers at a seafood factory in Thailand, a worker and a government official said yesterday. Fighting allegedly broke out between workers at Siam International ...

Thai Seafood Factory Receives Glowing Review

Thai police investigating allegations of myriad labor violations at a seafood factory employing hundreds of Cambodian migrant workers have given the facility a clean bill of health. A report last week by a Cambodian NGO, the Community Legal Education Center (CLEC), based on interviews with workers ...

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