|While Spain owes its economic boost to the immigrant labor, the country's immigrants are suffering from unemployment and social exclusion, a study shows. Immigrants make up 12 percent of the Spanish population but only receive 5.6 percent of the public ...|
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Immigrants face hardship in Spain: "