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Transnational Crime and the Developing World (2017)

Transnational Crime and the Developing World (2017)

The Transnational Crime in the Developing World (2017) report by Global Financial Integrity. The report analyzes the scale, flow, profit and distribution of illicit trade in developing countries. The report reveals the massive scale of transnational crime in the development world in 2017, being worth $1.6 Trillion to $2.2 Trillion annually. Different industries and form of illicit trade such as drugs, small arms and light weapons, human trafficking, illegal organ trade, illicit trade of cultural property, counterfeiting and piracy, illegal wildlife trade, IUU (illegal,unreported,unregulated) fishing, illegal logging, Illegal mining, and crude oil theft make up the trillion dollar issue.

By: Global Financial Integrity

Industries: Wildlife , Others , Mining & Minerals


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