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A young girl works among other children outside a shop in an Angkor temple in the Seam Reap province. Child labor in Cambodia is still very common.

As the world grapples with fundamental human rights issues, the federal government is ramping up criminal enforcement against slave labor practices and other trade law violations. Companies should heed this trend, not only for its moral force but also for the potential criminal exposure that it portends.

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