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Taiwan has a dynamic capitalist economy with gradually decreasing government guidance of investment and foreign trade.
This includes outreach programs for at-risk teenagers, services for immigrant spouses and family counseling. Concerning child prostitution, 1,069 cases were prosecuted in 2001, resulting in 582 convictions, and of 1,221 prosecutions in 2002, 925 persons were found guilty.
Further, s economic growth over the past decades has given rise to a massive spread in the use of the Internet and mobile phones, popular communication channels among children and teenagers, in which supervision from parents can be minimal.
Statistics from the Police Department from 1997 to September 2001 showed that an increasing number of children are engaging in prostitution through the Internet.
As of November 799 persons were indicated for this crime, and 858 were convicted, including cases from previous years.
In 2004, 952 persons were indicted, and 794 were convicted.
- The average income of the Aboriginals is less than half of the national average.