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Migrant Workers Information Service (Thailand)

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The Contribution of Migrant Workers to Thailand
Wed, Jan 02, 2008

Main findings and conclusions of report: The Contribution of Migrant Workers to Thailand: Towards Policy Development.
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Thailand Draws Migrants Despite Tough Laws
Mon, Jul 31, 2006

By December 2004, only 814,000 migrant workers of the nearly 1.3 million who had initially registered with Thailand's labour authorities, had received work permits.
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New Migrant Worker Regulations
Mon, Jul 31, 2006

The Thai government has amended its registration policy for migrant workers, allowing them to apply for work permits without a previously required deposit, according to an official announcement.
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Taiwan: Protesting Thai workers to receive punctual salaries
Sun, Jul 02, 2006

Out of a total of 148,600 Thai workers employed overseas, about 94,000 of them are in Taiwan. Thai laborers are also the largest migrant worker group in Taiwan, where there are nearly 300,000 foreign workers. Thai workers who protested over their working and living conditions.
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MMI Women Workers Struggle
Sat, Jul 01, 2006

On 9th. December 2003, MMI locked-out 1300 women workers after refusing to negotiate the Collective Agreement with the trade union. The UNION negotiated in the 2003 Collective bargaining agreement to abolish Labour supplier practices and sub contracting. That workers who perform the same job must be paid the same and all must have job security, as regular employees of MMI (Thailand). The Union viewed the practice of Labour supply as unfair labour practice on the part of MMI (Thailand) and MMI Holdings Singapore Limited.
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