83 Chinese Workers Trapped in Mongolia

83 Chinese nationals working in Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia remain trapped and unpaid after working there. [Photo: China.com.cn]
It's being reported that 83 Chinese nationals working in Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia remain trapped as they can't afford tickets to return China.
42 of them come from north China's Inner Mongolia region, 35 from Shaanxi Province, 5 from Hebei Province and 1 from Sichuan Province.
They are employed by a real estate company from the city of Weinan in north China's Shaanxi Province.
The company owes these workers more than 480,000 dollars in back salary.
According to the Chinese Embassy in Mongolia, these workers will be sent home as soon as possible.


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