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While Thailand is renowned for its beaches, mountains, and smiles, the country doesn’t exactly have the best reputation when it comes to labour rights. Earlier this week, Thailand raised its minimum daily wage to 650 baht per day. Anyone who lives here knows that even the new wage is absurdly low, and not enough to live comfortably. Meanwhile, Thailand is also known to have long hours and poor working conditions for labourers. But could there be a glimmer of hope coming for Thailand’s migrant worker’s rights? Yesterday, the deputy head of the European Union Delegation to Thailand’s mission said the […]

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