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However, the growing number of tourists is actually a positive sign of the country's growth and development, as it represents a huge opportunity for investment and job creation. The country is a popular destination for getaways, and there are dozens of resorts and lodges to choose from. The 4 largest are some of the best, and the more remote the better. Waterside resorts and the inland areas are also popular, so there are a lot of options for those looking for a quiet rest. There are also many beautiful hiking trails to explore, so there is always something to do in the area. The country is isolated by its high mountain range, which provides a great view of the world.

There are several amazing scenic spots to see around the country, so you will always find something to do. The main cities of Cambodia are Siem Reap, Siem Reap City, and Siem Reap International Airport. The government of Japan has been criticized for failing to adequately address these concerns, and this is reflected in increased crime. In 2012, the government enacted new legislation to increase penalties for prostitution, particularly in public parks, which is intended to reduce demand and improve conditions. The government continues to prosecute and convict prostitution-related offenses. In 2013, authorities arrested and convicted a Nigerian national who was reportedly engaged in prostitution. The number of foreign sex tourists declined by nearly half from 2011 to 2012, and the number of Japanese sex tourists increased by about 30 percent. This change in tourist behavior was attributed in part to the government's efforts to increase awareness of Japan's laws on prostitution in public and to encourage the reporting of crimes committed by foreign tourists.

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In 2013, the government increased the minimum age for prostitution from 18 to 21. In 2011, the Government of the Netherlands registered a total of 120 million Euros in export-related incidents and 7.4 million Euros in import-related incidents. The Economy The Netherlands is a major exporter of food products, electronics, and wood products.

As of 2011, the Netherlands was the top exporter of food products, with 1.2 million tonnes and the United Kingdom a close second with 1.08 million tonnes. The largest export destinations of Dutch products are the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Italy. The Netherlands is also the second largest exporter of electronics after the United Kingdom.

The Netherlands employs approximately 5 million people in its industries. The Dutch economy is characterized by high employment and high growth rates, with the unemployment rate ranging between 4% and 6% in 2011. The average annual growth rate over the past 5 years has been 5.1% (from 3.4% in 2009). The number of tourists visiting Egypt is estimated to have decreased by more than 40 percent since 2011. Tourism is a major industry in Egypt's economy, and each year, over 40 million tourists visit the country, making it the third most popular tourism destination in the world. In the early 1970s, the British government set up a special task force to combat such activities. But in the 1980s, the seriousness of the threat to wildlife and other people's livelihoods diminished.

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Today, there are fewer illegal activities and the effort to combat them is more focused on awareness raising and education. There are also fewer human trafficking cases. There are still problems of exposure, however, because the main crime is illegal hunting, trapping and trade in wildlife. There is also some exploitation of people who have been trafficked for work in wildlife tourism, and a growing problem of human trafficking for tourism. It is estimated that in the last five years, more than 50,000 people have been trafficked to and from wildlife tourism throughout Europe and Africa, with up to 80% going to the United States and the Middle East, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Gulf of Aden In the 1980s, the United States government set up the Gulf Cooperation Council to counter the regional opium trade. The United States worked with Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries to control the drug trade by setting up trafficking routes along the Gulf of Aden. In the 1990s, the U.S. government, working with the United Arab Emirates, established the Gulf Coast Regional Drug Control Initiative. The Gulf Coast Initiative is a joint initiative of the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Kuwait, and Oman. The Gulf Coast Initiative strives to reduce the number of heroin dealers by training and equipping law enforcement and border patrol agents to combat heroin smuggling, and to map out operation routes and the locations of transshipment points for smuggled drugs. The Gulf Coast Initiative also provides financial assistance for local law enforcement agencies. Jordan Jordan is a member of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

However, B.C. Tourism is not the most lucrative of tourism industries. The UK now ranks second, in 2012, with an estimated turnover of $2.1 billion, according to the British Council. Transportation B.C. is not the most populous province in Canada, but it does have a larger population than the rest of Canada with a population of 15.1 million, and a population density of 10.2 people per square kilometre. B.C. has a relatively low population density compared to the rest of Canada and the rest of the U.S., and is one of the few provinces with an urban population density of less than 1.5 persons per square kilometre. The B.C. Transportation Department has six regional sub-departments with offices in each, and each has a regional director.