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operating room. She will not be able to get another adequate job and the disability may stop her from marrying anyone a fate that will make her an outcast.
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the Yunnan Province of China, where perhaps the greatest numbers are dealt as stock. In 2005, an estimated 9. 45 million people were living in forced labour in the Asian Pacific Region, and as many as half could be children. While Canadians often equate human trafficking with the sex trade, nine out of 10 cases involve inhuman labour practices from being abducted onto fishing boats in Thailand, put under the thumbs of gangs to beg in Vietnam, tr.