12 Burmese migrant workers have been arrested near a border village in the Muang district in western Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province. Police say the group was arrested yesterday for illegal entry. The group of 5 men and 7 women were arrested by an army patrol from the Lat Ya Task Force around 4pm. The Bangkok Post says the group was hiding in the forest at the time of their arrest. The group says they came from Moulmein, Bago, Myawaddy and Yangon in Myanmar; and had paid 16,000 baht a person to Burmese agents to get jobs in Bangkok. The group was […]
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Then you should not invest in tech companies and stock markets because China made a crackdown there, too. So you compare China and North Korea with the rest of the world? In one way you say investing China was risky and in the other way you say same will happen everywhere?! Really? Maybe you should inform you first about the differences between China, Europe, western world and rest of the world before you making confusing statements.