Nearly 400,000 migrant workers register in Thailand


BANGKOK, July 30 — Nearly 400,000 migrant workers have so far been registered at One Stop Service centres nationwide, most of whom were Cambodians, according to the Thai Ministry of Labour.

The statistics released by the Ministry of Labour on Wednesday showed a total of 378,444 migrant workers were registered under the policy on regulating migrant workers of the Thai army-led National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) at One Stop Service centres (OSS) across the country as of July 28, 137,312 of whom are Myanmar nationals, 185,757 are Cambodians and 55,375 are Lao.

Of the total, 179,653 migrant workers registered at the OSS centres in Sa Kaeo, Chanthaburi, Trad, Surin, Cha Choeng Sao, Chon Buri, Ayutthaya, Rayong, Songkhla, Samut Prakan and Surat Thani provinces, 101,475 migrants registered at six OSS centres in Bangkok and 45,752 registered at OSS centres in 16 seaside provinces.