UNODC report: East Asia organised crime ‘worth $90bn’

“Organised crime in East Asia and the Pacific is worth approximately $90bn (£58bn), with counterfeit goods accounting for about a third of that figure, a new UN report says. It says that the amount is roughly twice the size of Burma’s GDP. The report estimates the annual revenues generated by criminal activities, including fake goods, narcotics, and human trafficking.”

Source: BBC News – UNODC report: East Asia organised crime ‘worth $90bn’

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