More Than 30,000 Foreigners Work Illegally In Turkey's Southern Province

A. A.
June 2010
Journal of Turkish Weekly;6/14/2010, p32
The article gives an estimate of the number of illegal foreign workers who are in Turkey's Antalya province, according to Ali Ihsan Ozturk who is a labor auditor for the Ministry of Labor & Social Security in Turkey.


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