Burma has seen a “dramatic” rise in complaints about forced labour owing to increased public awareness about the problem, a UN agency working in the country said Tuesday, according to AFP News. The International Labour Organization (ILO) branch in Rangoon (Yangon) has received 506 complaints since the start of 2010 – more than double the...
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