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Thursday, October 20, 2005

'Babies for sale' on Chinese eBay

"Chinese police are investigating a report of attempted baby trafficking on an internet auction site, according to a state-owned newspaper.

The advertisement was reportedly placed on eBay's Chinese website, Eachnet.

Boys were advertised for 28,000 yuan ($3,450) while girls were offered for 13,000 yuan ($1,603), Eachnet manager Tang Lei told the China Daily.

The offer could have been a hoax, but it comes as baby trafficking is seen as an increasing problem in China."
(more) BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | 'Babies for sale' on Chinese eBay

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