WASHINGTON — Child labor continues to flourish in countries around the world receiving U.S. trade benefits, according to a newly released U.S. Department of Labor report.

The report details the "worst forms" of child labor in 143 trade beneficiary countries in areas ranging from apparel, textile and footwear production to prostitution and agricultural work.

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