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US company responsible for labor exploitation at Qatar World Cup, lawsuit says

US company responsible for labor exploitation at Qatar World Cup, lawsuit says

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Updated October 12, 2023 at 10:50 p.m. ET

More than three dozen Filipino workers who helped build the multibillion-dollar stadiums hosting last year’s World Cup in Qatar have sued the U.S.-based company that oversaw their construction, alleging that she had violated human trafficking laws and knowingly participated in an exploitative enterprise.

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