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Published on Tuesday, 07 December 2010

Soaring demand for labour

Written by Stacey Dove

Cambodia (The Phnom Penh Post) - The numbers of migrant workers leaving Cambodia for Malaysia and Thailand have soared so far this year, according to recruitment agents, despite welfare concerns. Data released by the Association of Cambodia Recruitment Agencies to The Phnom Penh Post showed that 22,425 workers left the Kingdom from January to October, compared to just 11,657 during the whole of 2009.


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