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Monday, January 24, 2011
Love for sale
Not a good thing.
Hard to get rid of apparently.
Trafficking of Chinese women on the rise
By Zhang Yan and He Dan - China Daily
BEIJING - The number of Chinese women trafficked overseas and forced into prostitution has risen amid an increasing presence of international crime groups, a senior police officer said.
The women, mostly from poor rural areas, were trafficked mainly for forced marriage or forced prostitution, Chen Shiqu, director of the anti-human trafficking office under the Ministry of Public Security, said.
Forced marriages in poor areas of Southwest China's Yunnan and Guizhou provinces were behind most of the trafficking, he said.