169 workers leave for Thailand under MoU via Kawthoung-Ranong border

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MoU workers are seen departing for Thailand.

A total of 169 Myanmar workers left for Thailand under the MoU system through the Kawthoung-Ranong border on 20 December, according to overseas employment agencies.
SMZ Co Ltd, an overseas employment agency (Thai licence holder), sent 134 men and 35 women from Kawthoung to Ranong to work at Southland Resources Co Ltd in Thailand under a two-year contract.
The Kawthoung District Labour Department, Immigration and Population Department, Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force and relevant organizations made necessary inspections for Myanmar MoU workers.
There are 114 overseas employment agencies (Thai licence holders) to officially despatch Myanmar workers to Thailand under the MoU system and, as 214,013 demand letters have been received, a total of 150,637 Myanmar workers will be recruited. — TWA/MKKS

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