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Title:
Coping with International Movement of Personnel: Its Impact on Low Wage Domestic Workers in Singapore
 
Author:
Chew Soon-Beng; Rosalind Chew
 
Year:
2008
 
Source:
PECC-ABAC Conference on International Labor Mobility, Seoul, Korea

 

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