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Immigrants from Morocco work and live in very basic conditions, El Ejido, Spain, 22 May 2007. El Ejido, a dry region on the coast of Andalusia, has changed during the last decades into the centre of vegetable production not only for the Spanish market. A half of Europe is supplied by tomatoes, peppers and melons from El Ejido. This economic miracle is from a major part based on a cheap labor force of illegal immigrants from Maghreb and Subsaharian Africa. Tens of thousands of workers keep the plastic sea of greenhouses running for the minimum wage of 30 Euros a day.
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Immigrants from Morocco work and live in very basic conditions, El Ejido, Spain, 22 May 2007. El Ejido, a dry region on the coast of Andalusia, has changed during the last decades into the centre of vegetable production not only for the Spanish market. A half of Europe is supplied by tomatoes, peppers and melons from El Ejido. This economic miracle is from a major part based on a cheap labor force of illegal immigrants from Maghreb and Subsaharian Africa. Tens of thousands of workers keep the...
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