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For the past two weeks, Cambodian migrant Mony Sunret has been hanging around an electrical workshop in the Thai province of Rayong, hoping to pick up odd jobs and save enough money to make a covert exit from Thailand.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters): For the past two weeks, Cambodian migrant Mony Sunret has been hanging around an electrical workshop in the Thai province of Rayong, hoping to pick up odd jobs and save enough money to make a covert exit from Thailand.
BANGKOK (The Straits Times/ANN): Residents of six Thai provinces now need to obtain permits before they can leave their province. Restaurants in Bangkok must also stop serving dine-in patrons by 9pm.
PETALING JAYA: Chin Teck Plantations Bhd expects a very tight labour situation in the financial year ending Aug 31,2021 (FY2021) given the restrictions imposed on international travellers.
Qatar has marketed its opulent skyscraper hotels as jewels in its World Cup 2022 crown but coronavirus curbs and a glut in new properties are jeopardising the industry.
From SALIM BASHIR, President, Malaysian Bar.
BANGKOK, Nov 14 (The Nation/ANN): US Ambassador Michael George DeSombre and his counterparts from Australia, Britain, Germany and Japan have urged the Thai government to ease business restrictions in Thailand in order to attract more foreign direct investment in the post-Covid era.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s palm oil producers are embarking on a rare recruitment drive to hire locals and accelerating industry mechanisation as they grapple with a severe shortage of foreign labour due to the coronavirus pandemic.
PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - Europe's been eating more fruit under lockdown, by all accounts. The problem is, it could struggle to find people to pick it.
CALMATUIU, Romania (Reuters) - Romanian Alberto Gogu worked exhausting shifts in freezing temperatures at Germany's biggest meat-packing plant. An outbreak of coronavirus infections there only made things worse.