Yes but it not that prominent. There is a thin line between slavery and other human right injustices. For instance, in some Countries, like India and China, you will find child labour and although you may think that it is illegal, its legal in their country. There are also some employers that forces their workers to do stuff that are considered degrading and way out of their job description, only because the employer knows that they need the money and have no choice. Slavery is also found in some religions where a woman is expected to serve or suffer abuse and once again, it is considered legal.
It depends on your defintion of slavery here. There are countries where its legal to sell your children into labor to pay off your debts (which we would call slavery). Almost all countries have laws against owning slaves and forcing people to work with no compensation, but that doesnt mean its enforced everywhere. Human trafficing is still a huge problem in alot of countries and even still found here in the states.
afghanistan nothin is illegal there
Yes.Trinidad.. at my workplace...lol
Perhaps in communist countries, yes.
I don't think so