Sun goes down on illegal workforce

Feuilherade, Peter
December 1996
Middle East;Dec96, Issue 262, p29
Focuses on the plans of the government of United Arab Emirates to crack down illegal immigrant workers in the territory and the possible impact of such on the economy. Expected number of people to leave the country; Power of the police to stop and check suspects; Enforcement of a new employment law.


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