Qatar is facing renewed scrutiny over its treatment of migrant workers as it hosts the Asian Cup soccer tournament. The International Labor Organization acknowledges that labor reforms have been introduced since the World Cup, but says more needs to be done. Amnesty International claims that severe abuse of migrant workers continues on a significant scale. Qatar relies heavily on its migrant workforce, and while progress has been made, there are still concerns around wages, job changes, and the kafala employment system. FIFA acknowledges the progress but says heightened efforts are needed to ensure reforms benefit all workers.
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