Forced sex trade profits highest in Asia, but traffickers earn more per victim in developed nations: UN report


Trafficking, forced labour and modern slavery are generating profits estimated at US$150 billion a year, and two-thirds of that comes from sexual exploitation, the U.N. labour agency said Tuesday. In the wake of a new report by the International Labor Organization, the National Post takes a graphic look at the US$99-billion sex-trafficking industry around the world.



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