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Indonesian maids now paid to take jobs abroad, activists say

Monday, May 15, 2017 - 05:50

Kuala Lumpur

PEOPLE smugglers are increasingly paying rural Indonesians cash to persuade them to work abroad as maids, unlike in the past when women had to pay exorbitant fees to secure the jobs, campaigners said.

The change has been driven in part by demand for Indonesian domestic

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