Kinshasa est-elle devenu un eldorado?

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Kinshasa est-elle devenu un eldorado?

Message  Imperium le 27/3/2014, 9:45 am

Eleven Chinese women lured into
prostitution in Africa have refused to be
rescued after being tracked down by police
from their home country, a news report said
Saturday.
Police from China flew to the Democratic Republic
of Congo in November in the country's first
operation to rescue women trafficked to Africa,
according to the Hong Kong-based South China
Morning Post.
They found 11 Chinese women who had been
promised decent jobs in Paris by traffickers but
ended up working in a Chinese-owned karaoke
bar in the country's capital Kinshasa, the
newspaper said.
After a joint raid by Chinese and Congolese police
on the karaoke bar, however, the women decided
to stay in the country, saying it was easier to
make good money there than in China.
Chinese police official Yin Guohai told the
newspaper, "They make 100 US dollars for
receiving one guest - half of the money goes to
their boss and they keep the other half."
As well as prostitution, the women, mostly from
China's underdeveloped Sichuan province, were
able to take cheap goods from China to Africa
after visits home and sell them for big profits, Yin
said.
An estimated 5,000 to 6,000 Chinese people,
many of them traders or businessmen involved in
the mining industries, live in the Congolese
capital Kinshasa.

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