Relevant government agencies are moving to support labourers losing jobs at enterprises with employers who have absconded.
“In southern Dong Nai province alone, around 40 businesses have owed salaries and various sorts of social allowances to employees, but they have employers who have absconded, driving the lives of several thousand labourers into a predicament,” said Loi.
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