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(63) As many as 17,500 people are trafficked to the United States each year, according to U.S.
"Canada is primarily a destination and transit country for women trafficked for the purposes of labor and sexual exploitation," the U.S.
At some point, every illegally trafficked firearm originates from a federal firearms licensee.
There were reports that migrants who had voluntarily traveled to Finland were coerced to work long hours for minimal wages through threats of violence and other means of control; Finnish authorities believed there were likely small numbers of trafficked workers in most major Finnish cities.
International personnel make up about 20 percent of those using the trafficked women and girls, Amnesty said.
The law also provides protection for victims of trafficking from prosecution for crimes committed as a direct result of being trafficked. The law's lack of a definition of sex or labor trafficking, however, obstructed law enforcement officers from rescuing victims or arresting trafficking offenders on trafficking charges due to the lack of a clear understanding of the crime.