“If these were just isolated cases, it would probably not be a big problem, but if 90 percent of foreign workers in the country are in this situation, then the council needs to do something about it,” Wu said.
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Activists demand action on employment agencies
DODGY DEALINGS:After a cap was put on placement fees, employment agencies have been looking for more loopholes to extract money from their foreign workers
By Loa Iok-sin / Staff reporter
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