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Slave Laborers in Central Asia

Author: Marina Kozlova, Business Week, Published on: 16 October 2007

Many Uzbek nationals leave their families and homes because of high unemployment rates and low wages in their native country and head to other former Soviet republics seeking work. What they find, however, is slavery...in [sectors such as] construction, agriculture, textiles processing, and other service sectors.

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