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Correction

In the article “Brothel busts drive sex workers underground” (Phnom Penh Post, Vol. 17, No. 10) it was written “…the UN’s Inter-agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP) have reservations about how it will be implemented and say that without strict implementation, the legislation does more harm than good.” The UNIAP statement on this issue did not say “without strict implementation, the legislation does more harm than good.” For a copy of the full statement contact Kristy Fleming at UNIAP c/o UNDP.

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