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Migrant worker firm accused of fraud

Migrant worker firm accused of fraud

POLICE are investigating a complaint accusing CDM Trading Manpower Company of cheating migrant workers out of fees paid for job placements. Ros Savin, chief of anti-human trafficking and juvenile protection in Kandal province, said police had interviewed around half of the workers who signed the complaint. “25 of the 42 workers said they paid US$150 each to the company about 6 months ago ... and they are still waiting for work”, he said.

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