Taiwan's human trafficking prevention work wins acclaim

07/29/2013 07:29 PM
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Taipei, July 29 (CNA) The top U.S. representative in Taiwan, Christopher J. Marut, praised Taiwan's efforts in cracking down on human trafficking Monday, saying that the country has achieved improvements in the protection of victims, prevention and prosecution of human trafficking cases over the past several years.


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