The Government of South Korea estimates that there are at least 1,000 South Korean women working in the prostitution industry in Australia. Authorities believe that many of them are victims of human trafficking.
An Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent stated that between 2003 and 2011, over 1,900 children who were victims of sex trafficking were rescued by law enforcement in the United States.
Across the United States, there were officially 2,515 cases of human trafficking under investigation in 2010. Out of the total number of cases that year, over 1,000 involved the trafficking of children.
20,000 Cambodians are estimated to be victims of human trafficking each year and trafficked within Asia.
The number of human trafficking cases handled by police in Dubai dropped by nearly 50 percent in 2011.
In 2011, authorities in Finland launched 25 cases related to human trafficking, a record high. In previous years, an average of 10 cases of human trafficking were investigated within the country.
From January to November 30, 2011, authorities in Malaysia rescued 894 people from human trafficking activities across the country.258 of the human trafficking victims were males, with 518 women and 118 being children. Police made 557 human trafficking arrests during the year.
According to a book on sex crimes against children, the authors estimate that up to 2 million children are victims of commercial sex exploitation each year, with the number of victims in non-commercial sex even higher.
Between 2007 and 2010, there has been a rise of human trafficking court cases in the United Arab Emirates each year. In 2007, there were 10 human trafficking cases, which increased to 20 in 2008, 43 in 2009, and 42 in 2010.
The Ministry of Public Security officially reported that there were 5,900 cases of child trafficking in China in 2010. Outside experts believe the number to be higher.