Wildlife traffickers and smugglers move 4,000 tons of wildlife meat, bones and skins out of the in and out of Vietnam each year.
Out of the one million motorbikes sold in Vietnam each year, about 50 percent of the bikes are counterfeit versions.
Book piracy in Vietnam leads to 90 percent of all textbooks used in the English teaching market to be pirated.
The government of Vietnam reported that there were 6,684 victims of human trafficking in the country in 2008. Of that amount, 2,579 were returned to their homes. In addition, 21,038 people were reported missing who could have been sold into prostitution.
Due to wildlife smuggling and trafficking, in 2007 there were only 50 to 150 wild tigers in Vietnam.
The piracy rate for software, music, and movies in Vietnam is estimated to be as high as 92 percent.
Counterfeit beverages account for up to 70 to 80 percent of all beverages sold in Vietnam.
A pirated software copy of Windows is sold in Vietnam for 50 cents.
According to a study by Free the Slaves and the Human Rights Center at the University of California Berkeley, an estimated 10,000 people are estimated to be working in forced labor conditions in the United States as a result of Human Trafficking. The study, Hidden Slaves: Forced Labor in the United States, further states that the victims have been trafficked from over 35 countries, led by China and followed by Mexico and Vietnam.