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Published on Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Stricter enforcement sought on child labour laws

Written by Stacey Dove

Ho Chi Minh - Harsher punishments should be meted out to those who exploit children, according to Le Thi Xuan Lang, deputy chief inspector of HCM City’s Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (DoLISA).

Viet Nam News reports that Lang said the current fine levels were woefully inadequate to deter child exploitation. Parents who forced their children to do excessive work or work that could be harmful to their health face fines ranging from VND500,000 (US$27) to VND1 million ($54). They would face fines of VND1-5 million ($54-270) if they exposed their children to physical abuse or harmful substances.


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