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Worried about image over human trafficking

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In an attempt to tackle labour problems and human trafficking allegations, businesses are urgently looking at ways to regulate the fishing industry including registering fishing boat operators and foreign worker recruitment brokers. 

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Phumin Harinsut, vice-chairman of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC), said although businesses expect a limited impact from the downgrade to the lowest level (Tier 3) in the "Trafficking in Persons" (TIP) report issued last month by the US State Department, the report damages the country's export image.

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