More organized crime groups are involved in trafficking further overseas, such as in the forced labour of Vietnamese children on cannabis farms in the UK. Such crimes are further facilitated by corruption, including at border crossings and checkpoints. In addition, various bilateral agreements have been signed, but have not yet been fully implemented. Furthermore, anti-trafficking efforts by the government, international organizations and NGOs are affected by corruption among local authorities and collusion with traffickers. Despite progress in some areas in recent years, many counter-trafficking challenges remain to be addressed in Viet Nam. Viet Nam is a source and, to a lesser extent, a destination country for men, women, and children subjected to sex trafficking and situations of forced labour. Substandard thematic research and data collection has also resulted in a limited picture of the scale of the trafficking problem in Viet Nam.
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