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1. learning | 02 May 2012
» At the big Labour Day gathering at Sanam Luang the PM and Deputy PM promised to fully implement the minimum wage policy and tackle the cost of living, but labour leaders asked for more.
2. learning | 22 Jul 2011
» Will better wages and benefits for labour really lead to lost export competitiveness, bankruptcy and a flood of cheap immigrant labour?
3. news | 15 Jan 2015
» LAGOS - Boko Haram fighters killed a woman as she was in labour during what is feared could be the deadliest attack in the militants' six-year insurgency, Amnesty International claimed on Thursday.
4. opinion | 12 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: News
» Mention slave labour on Thai commercial trawlers, and it evokes the images of victimised migrant workers from Myanmar and Cambodia. But recent rescue missions by labour rights groups have revealed that Thai men — and boy...
5. learning | 16 Jun 2014
» Cambodian workers continue to flee what they fear is an imminent military crackdown on foreign labour. Industry leaders fear a severe labour shortage could result.
6. learning | 30 Apr 2013
» Cheap labour in factories producing clothes, shoes, toys & food helped Asia grow quickly for decades, but wages are rising so time for next step?
7. learning | 18 Mar 2013
About seafood, labour & the environment
» "I don’t want slave labour and destruction of the ocean mixed in with my prawn cocktail," widely read UK news site concludes in investigative journalism article.
8. learning | 14 Jun 2012
About labour & business
» "If there are standards, labour will earn a wage to match their skill," and Thai companies can win contracts in other Asean countries.
9. learning | 05 Jun 2012
About labour and work
» Thailand attractive for skilled workers (doctors, nurses, engineers, accountants, tourism) under Asean free labour markets in 2015.
10. learning | 06 Feb 2012
About the law
» With removal from US watch list as goal, govt drive to end trafficking & forced labour of children (in seafood industry, as maids, in prostitution, pornography, working with boilers, heavy objects, metal pressing)