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‘only 31% of the sample of indirect sex workers reported having been engaged in commercial sex in the last 12 months’
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HIV and Law in China

The Chinese government uses the traditional strategy of implementing strict laws regarding sex work with the intention of preventing risk behaviours. Sex workers are subject to administrative penalties, including official warnings, writing self‐criticisms, administrative fines, short‐term detention or longer‐term incarceration   Article 358 of the People’s Republic of China’s Criminal Law stipulates that a person found guilty of forcing a woman into sex work can be sentenced to imprisonment for 5‐10 years. The maximum punishment was subsequently raised to death by the 1991 Decision on Forbidding Prostitution. Article 359 of the Criminal Law states that a person who profits, invites

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