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Ignacio, Emilyzen; Meijia, Yesenia
Managing labour migration : the case of the Filipino and Indonesian domestic helper market in Hong Kong / Emilyzen Ignacio and Yesenia Mejia ; Asian Regional Programme on Governance of Labour Migration, ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. - Bangkok: ILO, 2009 74 p. (Working paper ; no.23)
ISBN: 9789221222187; 9789221222194 (pdf)
ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific; Asian Regional Programme on Governance of Labour Migration
labour migration / domestic worker / migration policy / Philippines / Indonesia / Hong Kong, China
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