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Sex trafficking in US massage parlours a US$2.5 billion business, study finds

US traffickers make US$2.5 billion a year forcing women to have sex in massage parlours, according to a report on Wednesday describing victims as new immigrants with debts and no language skills. The illegal massage parlour business is the second largest US human-trafficking industry after escort services, the anti-slavery group Polaris said in is study. Typical victims are recent Chinese or South Korean immigrant mothers who speak little or no English and are burdened by debt, the study found...

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