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3 Apr 2015

Myanmar: Workers protest against PTTEP over wages, discrimination - company responds

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Since the beginning of February 2015, workers operating on an oil and gas drilling platform operated by PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) off the coast of Myanmar have been protesting over wages and working conditions, and failed to reach an agreement with the Thai company. They also alleged that the company is discriminating against Myanmar workers and that it is failing to obey rules related to environmental conservation. We invited PTTEP to respond and the company did so.