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Sex Trafficking

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Adam Puga

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Sex Trafficking

Sex Trafficking
Business Aspect
The sex trafficking business is a huge problem worldwide. It has gotten way out of hand. In some countries, the sex related businesses contribute 2-14% of the Gross Domestic Product. Japan has the highest money making sex business and makes $83billion USD alone (not to mention, prostitution is illegal in Japan). An illegal business making that much money is absurd. It is a destructive business that destroys lives. Awareness to sex crimes needs to be raised so that it will not be tolerated in any country.
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