Prostitution: It's a foreigner's game - The Economist

Prostitution: It's a foreigner's game

Prostitution: It's a foreigner's game - The Economist
Prostitution: It's a foreigner's game
Published Sep 04, 2004
1133 words — Published Sep 04, 2004
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Immigration seems to be having a predictable effect on commercial sex: real prices are falling, consumption rising and indigenous workers struggling TO GET a sense of how international the sex business is these days, consider the workforce...

  
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