In Thailand, Migrants' Jobs Evaporate
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In Thailand, Migrants' Jobs Evaporate

Citing the current economic downturn, the Hang Thai knitting factory, which produces labels including Asics and Ben Sherman, laid off nearly 300 workers. Most are Burmese migrant workers with work permits. They now have two weeks to find a new job or remain in Thailand illegally.Video by Pailin Wedel for The Washington PostTranslation by Zin Lat

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