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In Vietnam, organised crime mostly involves narcotrafficking and trafficking in persons. There are also some reports about the laundering of proceeds of drug crime in the country. The problem of human trafficking in Vietnam is often distinguished between trafficking in women and trafficking in children. The networks involved in this trade are often made up of women who are themselves former victims of trafficking. Vietnamese criminal organisations in the United States have mostly been described as comparatively small, localised networks brought together by family ties.

Keywords: human trafficking; organised crime; Vietnam

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