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Many are forced to work in Thailand's sex industry and in labor intensive sectors such as fishing, construction, and agriculture, where they are sometimes subject to abuse, according to investigations by rights groups and the media.
Around 4 million migrants live in Thailand, according to 2015 government data.
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