Kid Nap Inc

October 2008
Forbes Asia;10/13/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 17, p34
The article focuses on the concern that kidnapping entails to the global economy. It notes on the number of abduction cases worldwide which most victims are businessmen or among their families especially Americans and is rampant in countries including Mexico, Columbia, Nigeria, India, Brazil and China. Moreover, it cites on the costs of doing business abroad add the risk of nabbing, thus, the notion of globalization implies danger to businessmen as they are held captured due to target profit.


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