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Child sex tourism and exploitation are on the rise. Companies can help fight it

The rise in sex tourism has been particularly high in Latin American countries. Image: REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

Maria Fernanda Felix de la Luz

Co-Founder, Youth Parliament of the Americas

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