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Thailand labour fraud

Thailand labour fraud

Siem Reap provincial court on Friday charged a couple with cheating 16 people out of between US$32 and $63 each by claiming they would provide them well-paid jobs in Thailand. The two suspects, detained at Siem Reap provincial prison, face jail sentences between 5 and 20 years, said Ti Sovinthal, Siem Reap prosecutor, yesterday. Noun Eth, Oddar Menachey province’s Samrong town police chief said yesterday that the couple was arrested in Samrong town on Thursday when their van broke down on the way to the Thai border.

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