China Facing Migrant Underclass – BBC

From BBC News:

Tens of millions of migrant workers who are helping to fuel China’s booming economy are being treated as an urban underclass, Amnesty International says.

Despite some reforms, they are often denied rights to adequate health and education services and are vulnerable to exploitative working conditions.

As many as 200 million people in China have moved from the countryside to cities in the past two decades.[Full Text]

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