Hard and tiring work carried out by Iraqi workers working within the Asian investment companies tasked with building model schools, but they receive low wages that are not commensurate with the size of the efforts made by them, as well as the variation of those wages with what the Asian workers of those companies receive, this is what the NIHR team recorded when it was closely following up on the rights of local workers working in foreign companies, so our organization calls on the Ministry of Labor and the relevant authorities to reduce the exploitation and discrimination to which local workers are exposed to by Asian investment companies operating in Iraq.




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