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The social minister, Mai Mercado, has revealed that the government is looking into how to better improve conditions within prostitution. Mercado has established a group that includes the participation of eight ministries that will aim to bring forth recommendations on how to better balance rights and responsibilities within the vocation. Society demands that everyone pays their taxes, including prostitution, so I think that we are duty-bound to ensure people have basic rights.
Prostitution could be eradicated if prioritised, claims Danish trafficking victim support group. Taxation without representation Prostitution has been legal in Denmark since Prostitutes are required to register as business owners with the tax authorities as their income is taxable. The work group looking into improving the prostitution sector will glean similar experiences from abroad, while a number of advocacy groups and organisations will also be consulted. The most recent significant figures on prostitution in Denmark is from , where it was estimated that there were at least 3, people, mostly women, who worked in the industry.
However, the estimate covered only visible numbers, and it is believed that many more work off the grid. Denmark's leading source for news in English.
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