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Myanmar temporarily stops supply of workers to Malaysia

Petaling Jaya : Malaysia | Jun 18, 2013
Source: The Star
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Myanmar has temporarily stopped sending workers to Malaysia due to safety concerns, following violence involving its citizens here. The Eleven Media in Myanmar reported that the Federation of Overseas Employment Agencies (Myanmar) had last week instructed overseas employment companies not to send any more workers to Malaysia. "The current violence there has forced us to do so. Read full News at The Star
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