Women and Children Rescued in China between 2000 to 2007

in Transnational Crime

44,000 cases of human trafficking was investigated by China’s Public Security Bureau between 2000 and 2007.

The resulting investigations led to the rescuing of 130,000 women and children who were victims of human trafficking.

(More crime in China statistics and information.)

Source: Keith B. Richburg, “Chinese border town emerges as new front line in fight against human trafficking,” Washington Post, December 26, 2009.

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