U.S. rights reports raise concerns about Taiwan's migrant workers
Washington, April 20 (CNA) Human rights reports issued by the U.S. State Department on Friday raised concerns about the working conditions of migrant workers in Taiwan, saying they have been vulnerable to exploitation or abuse.
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