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Transnational Crime and the Developing World
May 22, 2019

Author: Global Financial Integrity
Publication Date: March 2017

Summary: The aim of this report is to provide an overview of 11 different transnational crimes and their overlapping trends and systems: the trafficking of drugs, arms, humans, human organs, and cultural property; counterfeiting; illegal wildlife crime; illegal fishing; illegal logging; illegal mining; and crude oil theft. Each chapter focuses on a different crime, exploring the value of the transnational market, its dynamics, how it impacts developing countries, and recent developments in how it operates.

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