Phatthana Seafood factory in Songkhla: Strings attached to offer made to Cambodian workers

Strings attached to Thai firm’s offer – phnompenhpost.com, April 12, 2012
Cambodia migrant workers seeking to leave allegedly exploitative conditions at the Phatthana Seafood factory in southern Thailand said yesterday that they were still being forced to pay to get their passports back.
The factory, which exports fish to buyers across the world including Walmart, has come under fire from its migrant employees, who have said they were tricked on pay conditions, while rights groups allege the workers are victims of human trafficking…

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