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BANGKOK 16 November 2018 07:53
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Stop foreigners taking our jobs - hairdressers march on the town hall to present protest letter

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In a country that is usually reluctant to "open" any jobs for foreigners, I would guess that the government discovered that there was a shortage of hairdressers hence the need to get foreigb help. ?

 

I'm sure Janthipha Khwanwatana has looked at the big picture. ?

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Seems totally fair., And they need to enforce not allowing the Thaiyai to sell food at markets under their own booth. Just ain’t right 

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4 hours ago, BEVUP said:

At least they stick up for their jobs, not like the other half of the world where it doesn't matter if your a Citizen 

Their system seems to be letting them down in comparison with the other half of the world. 

Competition is ultimately good for them (if they compete), but we can't expect a bunch of "hair dressers" to know that. 

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Yes please leave the 'cut&polish' jobs to the resident experts

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I know about a farang hair dresser in Bangkok , he takes care of all the hi-so ladies. Very exclusive for the rich and famous. He should be worried now.  

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