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U.S. State Department released its annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report
The TIP Report discusses how China’s One Child Policy, combined with son preference, has caused a gender imbalance that is driving human trafficking and sexual slavery, not only within China but from the surrounding countries as well. The Report lists the many nations from which women and girls are trafficked into China: “Women and children from neighboring Asian countries, including Burma, Vietnam, Laos, Singapore, Mongolia, and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), as well as from Russia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas, are reportedly trafficked to China for commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor.”
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Figure 1. Sex ratio at birth for China's provinces in 2005.
These overall figures conceal wide variations across the country (Fig 1): the SRB is higher than 130 in a strip of heavily populated provinces from Henan in the north to Hainan in the south, but close to normal in the large sparsely populated provinces of Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia and Tibet. Some are sceptical about these high SRB figures or have suggested that, under the constraints of the one‐child policy, parents might fail to register a newborn girl, so that they might go on to have a boy []. However, recent evidence shows that such under‐registration explains only a small proportion of missing females and that sex‐selective abortion undoubtedly accounts for the overwhelming majority [].