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Thailand has defended itself against an American professor's allegations that the kingdom has a poor human trafficking record, saying the information presented to the United States' House Committee on Foreign Affairs late last month was incomplete and out of date. 

Songsak Saichuea, the Foreign Ministry’s director-general of the American and South Pacific Department, insisted Sunday the kingdom has made significant progress in trying to resolve the country's human trafficking problem.

The testimony presented by Georgetown University professor Mark P Logan to the US House committee was inaccurate, he said.

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